I’m so happy it’s March… December through February is my least favorite time of year, and I always greet March with a renewed energy and excitement for things to come – this month I have some traveling and several awesome shows to look forward to, which I’ll be sure to tell you all about in the coming weeks ;) Read More
It was a cheerful time – the war was over, the bad guys were gone, and America truly was the world’s last best hope. Corn on the cob and apple pie. Drive-in movies and long summer nights. High school heroes and soda-fountain romance. And that exciting, exciting new music, coming up north from somewhere down south.
When I think of the 50s I think of a period of change. I imagine a world of color emerging from black and white… young people opening up their eyes to new music, new fashion and new ideas that their parents would have shunned. Icons like Marylin Monroe and Audrey Hepburn taught girls to embrace their individuality and personal style and bad boys like Marlon Brando and James Dean replaced the clean-cut ideal. It was a time of awakening and transition from the rigid 40s to the free-spirited 60s.
Pictured, clockwise from top left:
Drive-in Movie Theaters were a popular hangout in the 50s
A 1950s Ford Thunderbird
1950s juke box – have you seen our Vintage Loves Wurlitzer?!
Elvis Presley helped popularize the new blues-infused rock ‘n’ roll of the 50s
A 1950s scene
Elsa Hosk in our Holiday Catalog
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every once in a while i hit a creative block and need to do something to snap myself out of it, and get inspired. this helped last week.
ways to stay creative via; part of my new desk moodboard.
what do you do to spark your creativity?