hollyhocksandtulips:

Meet me under the umbrella…
Illustration by Coby Whitmore

hollyhocksandtulips:

Meet me under the umbrella…

Illustration by Coby Whitmore

robertbchew:

Eyvind Earle (1916-2000.) Earle was a painter, illustrator, and author. He also worked in the animation industry at Disney during the 1950’s. Animations he worked on included “Peter Pan”, “Sleeping Beauty”, and “Lady and the Tramp.” What I love about his work is his whimsical shapes, the color choices, and the surreal feeling of his images. Wonderful stuff. To view more I’ve provided a link to his gallery in Wikipaintings where most of these are from. Enjoy!

artforadults:

more beautifull girls by Robert McGinnis  

American artist and illustrator born in 1926


1950sunlimited:

Room 206, 1966
artist Don Lewis

1950sunlimited:

Room 206, 1966

artist Don Lewis

Superman & Bizzarro Classic

I absolutely love these fan films!

1950sunlimited:

Schlitz Beer advertisement 

1950sunlimited:

Schlitz Beer advertisement 

1950sunlimited:

The Television  1967
artist: Alain Gree

1950sunlimited:

The Television  1967

artist: Alain Gree

"Energetically Yours" was produced in 1957 by Transfilm for the Standard Oil Company. It’s a cartoon history of mankind and his use of energy. The film was designed by the great illustrator Ronald Searle, and features an outstanding musical score by composer Lyn Murray. Directed by UPA co-founder Dave Hilberman. The animation was produced by Quartet Films and Playhouse Pictures. Narrated by Marvin Miller.

"Donald in Mathmagic Land" - Walt Disney 1959

Absolutely one of my favorite illustrators ever!

artforadults:

more Robert McGinnis

1950sunlimited:

Ferro Porcelain enamel

architectural forum 1964

cartoonretro:

David Klein

cartoonretro:

David Klein

barefootmarley:

the first book of jazz

written by langston hughes

illustrated by cliff roberts

music by david martin

published in 1954, it was the first children’s book to review american music.