This had to have been a pretty difficult photograph to get, especially if you thik the plane above him was also flying sideways.
From a 1961 US Navy Far East Cruise Book who were pretty casual with their captioning.
Far Out Isn't Far Enough- The Tomi Ungerer Story from Handle Like Eggs on Vimeo.
The brilliant madman drowning in talent.
and where does he get all those wonderful toys?
Cannot wait to see this.
Related: giant Tomi Ungerer posters in our son's room
"Knoll International GmbH originally published this collectors set of playing cards in the 1960's. To celebrate Knoll's sixtieth birthday, Knoll International, London have reproduced them in their original format for your enjoyment."
Luckily we have the perfect place to play. (cards Orange 2 and Blue 6)
1974 Oui magazine spread of all things blue jean. Basically everything looks terrible except the Levi's bags, which, if you didn't buy one at the time, luckily you can now visit our shop to pick up the San Francisco-made bike bag:
Poupette print, 18"x24"
$45 in our shop
Big photo print of a the doll we found, made in France in the 1960's. After we started taking photos it was clear that we should offer the photo, enlarged to larger than life size in all her purple raffia hair splendor. Perfect for a little girl's room. It reminds of of the posters we used to have as kids- the actual photos of Sesame Street characters, or teddy bears, which you don't really see at all anymore. And of course it's not just for girls- this one is in our 3 year old son's room.
Measures 18" x 24", Printed with Epson archival inks on Epson heavyweight matte archival paper.
From Cosmopolitan, 1972
One thing you don't see much of anymore are these Avedonian model w/ non-model action-oriented group photos. Fortunately our library is loaded with them!