1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six “Ghost Car”, with a plexiglass exterior (via Associated Press)
Le Corbusier, René Herbst, Pierre Jeanneret, Louis Sognot et Charlotte Perriand. La Maison du Jeune Homme, Exposition internationale de Bruxelles, 1935 (via !)
Robert Mallet Stevens Study room. Da: Rèpertoire du Goùt Moderne, 1929 (via Robert Mallet Stevens — Matrix International)
RENÉ HERBST DESK (1925) (via PRIVATE » Blog Archive )
RENÉ HERBST, Occasional table, c. 1926 (via Phillips de Pury & Company)
Tamara de Lempicka’s studio on the rue Méchain designed by Robert Mallet-Stevens, early 1930s, furniture by Rene Herbst (via Emily Evans Eerdmans: Lady of Style: Tamara de Lempicka)
Part3: In the ongoing series,of strange things for sale that I run into in the course of daily life:
Cased vampire killing kit, in a rosewood and ebony case with inlaid silver stringing and mother-of-pearl inlaid plaque.
Contents include a black powder percussion 2-barrel pistol, a powder horn and bullet mold, bone handled dagger with crucifix, three small crucifixes, mallet and two wooden stakes, book of common prayer, two small framed portraits of Jesus, holy water and four glass vials with crystals.
4”H x 16”W x 9.75”D, Circa - 19th C.
Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1964
(Kevin Roche & John Dinkeloo)
Louise Bourgeois’ home studio, photographed by Jean-Francois Jaussaud (via pinkshirtsandcarwrecks: simple studio)
WET89 : a public café on Rue de la Loi
credit photo : Stijn Bollaert
Slag glass tumblers by Challinor, Taylor and Company ca. 1870-1890 (via I’M REVOLTING)