WWW.ROYALVINTAGECLOTHES.COM GREAT SHIRTS @ GREAT PRICES CHEAP SHIPPING DISNEY, COLLEGE T SHIRTS, GREEK, SPORTS AND MOVIE POSTERS AN EBAY STORE EMAIL: [email protected] MUSIC: KANYE WEST - FLASHING LIGHTS
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Some days we all do stupid things at work, but these pictures take the stupid to a whole new level.
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**NOTICE** I have made a new account entitled xXxCrvenaZastavaxXx, and I will not be using this one anymore. Due to this, I will be disable commenting so that there isnt a chance that anyone can post anything vulgar and such. Communist Posters put into a short, interesting Video! Song: Basshunter - Russian Privjet
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1960's Psychedelic Posters. A lot of them feature Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead. These posters originated in San Francisco in the 1960s. J.A. and G.D. were the 2 hottest and popular bands at the time. *MUSIC-"Incense and Peppermints" by Strawberry Alarm Clock *-IF YOU WISH TO VIEW THESE POSTER AND SEE THE WORDS ON THERE LONGER, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO PAUSE THE VIDEO ON A POSTER AND READ IT-*
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Vintage Roadside appears live on Good Day Tulsa to spread the word about our line of t-shirts featuring authentic vintage graphics from the 1930s - 1960s.
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Photo Shoot of Smoking Model Models should be beautiful outside AND IN Check out other great shows, videos, and posters that we love: America's Next Top Model Cycle 9, Go Green episode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Asl2PH26IXE http://www.cwtv.com/shows/americas-next-top-model09/episodes/902 Benetton smoking ad for World Health Organization http://www.colorsmagazine.com/issues/images/1_60_flash/archive_a.php Click on archive #21 on smoking http://press.benettongroup.com/ben_en/about/campaigns/list/
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Are you a father of a skater and is stuck in the 20th centry listening to the Bg's and the Rolling Stones? Well order one of these shirts! -- Music: (c) 2007 Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and The Estate of Maurice Gibb, under exclusive license to Warner Strategic Marketing Inc., a Warner Music Group Company
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Part 4 in a Collection of posters from some of the classic Science Fiction films including many of the 50s Sci Fi movies - from the archives of www.moviemem.com
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How you care and store your posters is the most important part of maintaining your collections value. Learn how to store and care for your poster collection in this free hobby video. Expert: Adam Meltzer Contact: www.postersultan.com Bio: Adam Meltzer has been a poster aficionado for the last thirty years. His vast collection spans every conceivable genre. Filmmaker: Patrick Byers
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eyeheartvintage08 Ebay Vintage T Concert Shirt Sales
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Learn how to attach the photo to the poster board in this free art collection and hobbies video. Expert: Jason Harris Bio: Jason Harris is a DIY expert, he specializes in customizing clothing and accessories. Filmmaker: joseph wilkins
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An old, wooden barn-sash window becomes illuminated wall art!
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Have you heard about NCDGQAD (Nous Cherchons Des Gens Qui Aiment Dessiner) ? This famous school of art by postal service has existed between 1994 and 1997. NCDGQAD was based in Rennes (France) and has had 1500 students from all over the world, especially Japan (our sponsor, APC Paris, involved in fashion, has many stores there). The idea was to send recipes (each month) to "our" students in order to let them make contemporary drawings. Each drawing was then reproduced (after being gently critized and graded by us... it was a "school" after all) next the other contributions on a monthly poster. Sometimes, our "students drawings were exhibited in different places, before we would send them back to their creators. We did 30 posters - plus 3 collectors - in three years, and many exhibits, even in Paris at the French Open. Since our enterprize was going on very well, we had to create jobs... but we were awful managers : the more money we had through the students or sponsors, the more money we would spend (today, I still do not understand this phenomenon). This is why we decided to quit : the world of the artist is not the manager's one ! Jean-Philippe Lemée and Gilles Mahé (who died in 1999) where the creators of this complex and exhausting project. Our main victories : exhibiting our students' drawings whith a real Picasso at the Rennes museum (since then, our anonymous students are all able to say, to anyone, for their whole life : "I have exhibited with Picasso ! What about you ?") ; another victory on "human condition" were monthes of laughters, joy, meals, jokes... and work. Our philosophy was inspired by a quote from Robert Filliou : "Well done = badly done = not done". In other words, we were "non-teachers"... and all our students knew that fact. Out of 1500 students, only one of them has asked us to give his money back (it was very cheap). It does not mean that we are saints... This video is simultaneously translated in Japanese by a charming japanese fan (we had many of them) who refused to show her face on the video... The world of art, in spite of articles, exhibits and so on, has obviously mostly ignored NCDGQAD : we were too dangerous, we were probably too indifferent, compared with what we would call "contemporary correct art". It is our fault. Enjoy this video, knowing that we are so bad presentators that... we are not bad at all ! We look very tired on the movie because we had to do the installation of the exhibition in a few days and go to restaurants at the same time (if you know what I mean). Our families too were exhausted because of us. definitely, management was not our cup of tea, as we say in French. Now, 10 years later, I realize that we also look very sad, although we were not sad at all. What one cannot see in this live video, done in one shot and then cut, is that we would laugh all the time (when Gilles was talking in front the Rudy Ricciotti's contribution, I was laughing so much that I was lying on my back on the floor of the gallery (FRAC Bretagne) with a pain around my stomach. Our last exhibition (testament) was "The most "plugged in" exhibit of the year" (1997 - FRAC Bretagne). After that, Jean-Philippe Lemée and Gilles Mahé's collaboration has lasted for two more years, even if we had our separate works going on : for instance, because we felt a little lazy at that time, we would let the public paint on the walls of some art places that invited us, such as the Triangle in Rennes ("Draw a red triangle with this brush...") and Matisse's studio in Nice (the work was called "Dear Henri" and was directly done on the wall where matisse had painted his sketches for "La Danse" ; the brushes that our public would use where placed on a stick... like the old master). The last public manifestation was annouced like this on tons and tons of flyers : "Let's transform NCDGQAD into NCDGCUNI ("Nous Cherchons Des Gens Qui Cherchent Un Nouvel Isme")". We would ask the public of a gallery in Dijon (FRAC) to find a new "ism" for contemporary art of the future (future art, then), because we had no idea of what art movement we were connected with... Publicity : there are 35 boxes called "La Boîte" (even if there are 35 boxes) that have been created at the end of the NCDGQAD project. Each of them contains the 30 posters (our collection), some gadgets that we would send to our "students", the book of recipes and some archives. As opposed to serious archives which are meant to collect things, we had decided to organize the dispersion of our documents ; it may not be clever at all because, at that time, we wanted to be officially involved inside all the serious books about "Art of the XXè century"). With all the documents contained inside each box, each person who possesses the documents is able to create a rather huge exhibit (this was our "practical sense"). There are many boxes left. Contact JP Lemée. Rennes France, June 21th (summer !) 2008
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Like these Kid's Activities !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1ThDIrx Watch more Games for Kids videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/295-How-to-Play-Jacks Jacks is an ancient game, but kids all over the world still play it, and all different ways too. Ask your mom how she played it when she was a girl—just don't use the word 'ancient' when you do! Warning Be careful if you have a little brother or sister who's 3 years old or under—he or she could choke on a jack or ball this small, so don't leave them out. Step 1: Sit on floor Sit on the floor or ground facing your friend; if there are more than two of you playing, sit in a circle. Tip You don't have to play this game with someone else. In fact, practicing alone will help you get better! Step 2: Pick first player Decide who goes first. You can flip a coin or play eenie, meenie, minie, mo, for example. Step 3: Toss jacks Let's say you're up first. Gently toss all the jacks onto the floor so they scatter in front of you. Tip Don't let them land too spread out or you'll have a tough time scooping them up. Step 4: Onesies Now toss the ball into the air, pick up a jack, and catch the ball—all with only one hand! You're only allowed to let the ball bounce once. This is called 'onesies.' Step 5: Repeat Put the jack you just scooped up in your other hand and repeat the game, picking up one jack at a time, until you've grabbed all 10. Step 6: If you miss If you can't pick up the jack and catch the ball before it hits the floor again, it's the next player's turn and he or she starts over with all 10 jacks. Step 7: Twosies When you've grabbed all 10 jacks, move up to the next level: 'twosies.' Pick up the jacks 2 at a time, still with only one hand and before the ball bounces twice, until you've captured them all. Step 8: Increase number Keep on playing, increasing the number of jacks you pick up each time. Tip For a faster game, or to help you get the hang of it, play with only 5 jacks. Step 9: Next player's turn If you can't pick up the right number of jacks, it's the next player's turn. Step 10: Start where left off Each time it's your turn again, start where you left off. If you messed up on 'sixies,' for example, start by picking up 6 jacks, and so on. Step 11: Winning The winner is the person who gets to 'tensies' by picking up all the jacks at once and catching the ball. And once you can do it, you might want to challenge your mom to a match! Did You Know? Kids in ancient Egypt played jacks with a wooden ball and the toe bones of a sheep!
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Learn how to make your photo flat when mounting it to poster board in this free art collection and hobbies video. Expert: Jason Harris Bio: Jason Harris is a DIY expert, he specializes in customizing clothing and accessories. Filmmaker: joseph wilkins
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"New Flavor Videos" Episode: Lifestyle Clothing Fashion Show Pt.1 Featuring: D-Mitch Ed Lover of Power 105 NYC, AZ, Ozzie Smalls of Lifestyle Clothing, Jay and Nelson of Closet 07631, Jin, and Talia Young at the Lifestyle Clothing Fall Fashion Show 2008 Pt.1
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A Selection of rare original Australian Movie Posters from B Grade Westerns of the 40s, 50s and 60s. This is the Part 8 in a series featuring some wonderful artwork - from the archives of www.moviemem.com
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[U.P] Shaquille O'Neal show some hustle and dunks it vs Spurs (12.25.08)
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"Shopping for the Stars" format - created by John Eubank, Steve Handelman and Drew Sherman. Shopping For the Stars uses progressive elimination to reduce the initial field of 12 or more professional shoppers down to 3 or 4 before the final challenge. Each non-finale challenge (the scope of one episode) requires the shoppers to develop to develop a wardrobe presentation for an unknown celebrity (they have a few basic hints). The challenges include creating a wardrobe that is for a special occasion, like a wedding or an award ceremony; using only clothing and accessories from a certain region, like Africa or the Caribbean; or being forced to "stretch" out of the shopper's normal comfort zone. The shoppers are given a limited number of items that they can present, and they can adjust their offering as they are given more enticing hints as to the celebrity "client's" identity. The shoppers are given a limited amount of time to finish their work. Usually the shoppers work independently, although on some challenges contestants must work in teams. Once the deadline is reached, the shoppers line up for the big moment -- the revelation of the celebrity's secret identity! The shoppers present their wardrobes and reasons why they think their offering's the best. The celebrity tries on at least one outfit from each offering (edited down for quickness), and our host and professional panelists weigh in, adding their likes and dislikes -- and scoring the presentations based on various categories. The panelists and celebrity interview the shoppers and share their opinions before conferring as a group and selecting the episode's winner (chosen by the celebrity after listening to the panelists) and loser (chosen by the panelists) based on their scores and other considerations. After the final challenge, the remaining three or four shoppers are then told to prepare a large, general-purpose wardrobe for a "major star" to be presented at a prestigious location. This time the star's identity is known.*? The finalists are given several weeks and a travel budget. Contestants can consult friends and colleagues for help but are expected to do the lion's share of the work and choosing. Prior to the show, the finalists arrive with their wardrobes and accessories and then are ushered in to meet the star. The presentations are given much more careful consideration, with the star trying on and showing off most of the outfits. The ultimate winner is selected by the star and the panelists, and receives a large cash prize and the contract to shop for the star for a year, plus coverage in a major style and fashion magazine.
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In October 2007, Fashion Fights Poverty presented Natalia Naftalieva on our annual ethical fashion runway. Hailing from Moscow, Russia, Natalia is a designer of evening gowns and women's apparel. Her collection showcased dramatic designs inspired by the romance of Russian literature.
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Here's another amazing recording of this wonderful orchestra. It's original brand name was Abe Lyman's California Ambassador Hotel Orchestra, but they also recorded as "Abe Lyman's Sharps and Flats". The lyrics of the Lindsay McPhail & Walter Michels' song "San" (1920) -here presented in an instrumantal version - are "the Japanese love story", so I made also a slideshow composed of the vintage Japanese posters. To see more of the astonishing possibilities of Abe Lyman's orchestra - sometimes it's difficult to believe, they played so in the Roaring Twenties, and not in the roick'n roll era - it's worth browsing a little thru You Tube collections, e.g. the fantastic movie with three tunes played by Abe Lyman's band, Merrihew upoloaded http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=jRwtiu8cboQ , the 1926 tune "Shake That Thing" at kspm's site http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=2D06FSF41V0, a very early recording "Queen Of Egypt" (1923) http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=Znk7Rg1yYlA or soft and lovely "Never Swat A Fly" http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=gfu4jw8tJGA
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Promo for free message board for movie fans. No charges, no fees. It's run by a movie fan named Judith, who only wants people to have a place to discuss their favorite films. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and post about any movie topic. Spammers not wanted! http://www.voy.com/31586/
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Learn all about foam core, the lightweight and stiff material used for mounting photos, in this free art collection and hobbies video. Expert: Jason Harris Bio: Jason Harris is a DIY expert, he specializes in customizing clothing and accessories. Filmmaker: joseph wilkins
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George Barbier (1882 - 1932) was one of the great French illustrators of the early 20th century. Primarily a book illustrator, he also designed fabrics, wallpapers and posters and commercial wrappings, boxes and postcards. He designed costumes and settings for several theatrical productions and for Rudolph Valentino's movie Monsieur Beaucaire. A regular contributor to La Gazette du Bon Ton, the Journal des Dames et des Modes, Fémina, Vogue, Comoedia Illustré and other journals, his illustrations were frequently reproduced in the pochoir process. His finest book illustrations were those interpreted in woodcuts by F. L. Schmied. Barbier was the author of many renowned images - including the panther that is Cartier's symbol. [Biography: 'Art Deco', Victor Arwas, Harry N. Abrams, 1992.] [Images & Source material courtesy: ArtMagick -- http://www.artmagick.com/ --.]
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