In 1931, William Lingenbrink founded a small artist’s colony in Calabasas, California. The cottages were modest, but certainly not boring.
Perhaps an early tribute to an Aztec god of Art Deco?
Here we have two fine examples of Streamline Moderne, each sporting not one, but two cylinders.
Some people have gotten the idea that Lawson and Pennwood were the first digital clocks. Not by a long shot.
In 1930, a town of 32,000 people got a world class Art Deco movie palace, and it’s still there.
How I almost got a great photo of the Treasure Island terra cotta map….
Toasters were the perfect blank canvas for crisp new Art Deco and Streamline Moderne styles.
John L. Hancock’s design for Chicago’s Mastercrafter’s Company is interesting in many ways.