I love it when a piece of art is so completely "of it's time", when it could only have been created in that particular era. This textile embroidery by Scottish artist Eileen MacDougall (1933-2017) screams 1960's at you. Not my usual type of purchase, but when craftsmanship is this good, it doesn't matter what the medium is, I've just got to buy it! 78 X 52 cm. Contact me for further information.
Unique and beautiful vintage 1960s cotton dress made of a fabric that has unique green clubs ♣️ on a white background and painted gold dots giving fabric a raised texture. Lined with sea green cotton synthetic blend fabric. Fastens down back with long nylon zipper. A real stunner, indeed.
Price: $38 US plus shipping from Canada
Dress was found in deadstock condition but had some areas where gold "paint" from dots had rubbed onto the white during storage. I handwashed the dress but these areas did not lift. Hard to notice when dress is on and due to the busy pattern. Still, price has been adjusted accordingly.
Bust: 35" laid flat but actual fit is more generous (I was able to get it to zip up on my 37.5" mannequin")
Length: 39 3/4" shoulder to waist Seam is 16 1/4". #instasale , #1960s
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Vintage 1940s cigarette/smoking case
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Length: 2.5 inches
Width: 1 inch
Height: 4 inches
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It’s wild to think 41 years ago today you left us. I’m struggling with what to say to you this morning. I mostly want you to know that even if I don’t end up in Memphis, I will do everything in my power to keep you in my daily life and career. I want to make you proud. I think about how I can incorporate you into my career every day (it drives me crazy sometimes haha). I hope you know how much I love you and how much you’ve impacted my life. Without you, I’d be a completely different person. I’m forever grateful for you.
Also, thank you for those little signs every once in a while; I appreciate and love them.
I’m thinking of you today and always. I love you Elvis.
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This is production aired yesterday in a German open air theatre. Its a production using the footage from the original 1960 western German film but comedian Dominik Kuhn re-recorded all soundtrack for it playing all characters adding a new story and his own jokes. This is all in Swabian, a German dialect. ▪️
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“It was at one of Terry Robinson’s scheduled demonstrations that I met Elvis for the first time. Terry had arranged a demonstration at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills for a group of doctors who wanted proof that the hands and feet were not permanently damaged because of karate training. It was late in the year 1960. Elvis was staying at the hotel, working on “Wild in the Country”, a picture he did with Tuesday Weld. He apparently heard about the demonstration from Red West who saw an advertisement in the hotel lobby.
The crowd that day was attentive and extremely responsive. Whenever a crowd responds favorably the performance seems to come alive. Nothing can compare with the impact of a live audience. Energy can flow from audience to performer, be amplified and returned. Elvis had this generative power. He was a one-man galvanic generator that could charge an audience by his very presence. The moment he stepped on stage his magnetism polarized the emotions of his audience. Those who witnessed his live performance for the first time became instant fans. He is the only singer that I have ever seen that had what we refer to in the martial arts as total “Ki” or “Chi”. I have never seen anyone else possess this total control on stage.” - Ed Parker
Inside Elvis by Ed Parker
Chapter 3 “The Unknown Spectator” (pg. 26 - 27)
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Today (August 16) marks the 41st year of Elvis’ passing. Rest In Peace to one of Ed Parker’s most dearest friends