I havent put much on this blog under the category “vintage” since that would be pretty much the whole blog.
I kind of wonder if i should´nt have though, to attract the “right” crowd (or rather their attention).
More or less everything on the blog ranges from the 1700´s to 1980´s and includes Highland wear, punk, flappers, Swing, Victorian and Edwardian clothes.
The Roaring Twenties is a phrase used to describe the 1920s, principally in North America but also in London and Paris. The phrase was meant to emphasize the period’s social, artistic, and cultural dynamism.
Dieselpunk, Pin Up photoshop
By Alexey Lipatov
Dieselpunk – Car
Dieselpunk is based on the aesthetics of the interbellum period through World War II (c. 1920-1945). The genre combines pop surrealist art with postmodern technology and sensibilities. First coined in 2001 as a marketing term by game designer Lewis Pollak to describe his role-playing game Children of the Sun,[dieselpunk has grown to describe a distinct style of visual art, music, motion pictures, fiction, and engineering
Dieselpunk – Tank Mask
1910, 1920, 1930, 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, Actors, Art, Art Deco, Attitudes, Balboa, Charleston, Dance, Edwardian, Ethnic, Fashion, Flapper, Flappers, Folk Costume, Highland, Hippies, Jazz Age, Lindy Hop, Music, Propaganda, Retro, Roaring Twenties, Rockers, Scandinavia, Scottish, Swing, Swing Dances, Swing Dancing, Swing Era, Swing Kids, Tartan, Teds, Trends, Victorian, Woodstock, WWI, WWII
I will post things belonging to times and places spanning AT LEAST the Victorian era – the Punks and New Wavers of the 80´s.
Scottish Jacobites, Swing Kids, Flappers, Goths and Skinheads.
Oh….and let´s not forget the part of history that DIDNT really happen, like Steampunk, Dieselpunk and so on.