The graphic quality appeals to me as do the colors.
The representation of the clothing worn in the 1920s is wonderful. I have a doll that was my mother-in-laws. When her aunt was sewing her trousseau she practiced by making clothes for this doll. I still have the original dress. It looks a lot like the ones in these pictures.
I remember being told stories about my great aunt going a little wild and becoming a flapper in her twenties because of an edict from her mother. The story goes; my aunt was a teacher in New Mexico. She met a man while there and they fell in love. He asked her to marry him. It seems that her mother was against the marriage. According to family lore the mother broke up this relationship for two reasons. This man was a traveling salesman which was his first strike against him. The second and the worst was that he was a foreigner. He was Canadian. Oh the Horror! Anyway, my great-aunt was commanded to return home to St. Louis and this man was to never darken their doorstep again. Being the dutiful daughter she did but as an act of rebellion she became something of a wild child. I still have some of her 1920s beads.
I like these photos for the social aspects. Look at all of the band members to see what I mean.
I find it interesting that the women are either fat of very thin.
The men seem all about average.
I like them so much that I think that I'll print them out and frame them for my new office. I need some art down there very badly.
I thought you all might enjoy these so I just wanted to share.
Have a great day