The Fountain at Park Moderne

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In 1931, William Lingenbrink founded a small artist’s colony in Calabasas, California. The cottages were modest, but certainly not boring. Read More

Mexico City’s Art Deco – The Case of the Square Spiral

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Perhaps an early tribute to an Aztec god of Art Deco? Read More

Art Deco Separated at Birth #7 – East Finchley Station & Pepperdine University

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Here we have two fine examples of Streamline Moderne, each sporting not one, but two cylinders. Read More

Decopix Art Deco Patent of the Week – Handless Clock by M.A. Vinas

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Some people have gotten the idea that Lawson and Pennwood were the first digital clocks. Not by a long shot. Read More

Art Deco Separated at Birth #6 – The 5th Avenue Theater

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This good thing about documenting things over many years is that you have a record of how they were. Sometimes, it’s a bad thing as well. Read More

Tucson’s Art Deco Star – The Fox Theatre

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In 1930, a town of 32,000 people got a world class Art Deco movie palace, and it’s still there. Read More

A Great Photo of the Treasure Island Map…Almost.

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How I almost got a great photo of the Treasure Island terra cotta map….
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Decopix Art Deco Patent of the Week – A Tale of 2 Toasters

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Toasters were the perfect blank canvas for crisp new Art Deco and Streamline Moderne styles. Read More