Our cache of the Spanish vintage news, entertainment and arts magazine, Blanco y Negro (Black and White), offers unique and remarkable designs upon their cover and a cornucopia of black and white photos to ponder a while—just the thing for a gift for someone able to enjoy the out-of-the ordinary. For instance the above features notable art works, women being fabulous, men being reckless and instances of fashion and design of the era. Each item is priced at $35.
Many of the graphic designs on the covers–like this one, shown directly above–are heavily indebted to French pochoir and French deco vintage poster art. The interior of this edition involves photo essays of a massacre, sports events and painting and ceramics exhibitions.
Coverage of the Paris opening for the paintings of Kees Von Dongen and many short stories are highlights of this issue, with its Francophile art museum cover.
A very voluminous package on the brink of Civil War. Sow biz and fashion to the fore.
Nothing but sunshine heading their way!
A Paris cover (front and back). But a rural emphasis in the stories.
Spanish Art Nouveau!