Sunday, December 26, 2010

Year End Clearance

Alright, it's that time of year—Year End Clearance—where I feel I can post individual images with no more explanation than what I know off the top of my head. So, for the next week, scattered among the New Yorker covers, will be miscellaneous little treasures that don't quite fit a larger theme. Images that have maybe been separated from their mother ship, so to speak. Images that may not be immediately identifiable.

Let's see what surfaces.

Armando Drechsler — Dos Amigas — 1941

Whoa—Pearl Harbor Day took place in there!

1 comment:

labalsadelanostromo said...

Thomas, Armando Drechsler's work has been a beautiful discovery for me because of your post..thank you for it and happy new year!!!