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C'était mieux maintenant : les fantômes de Daisuke Yokota

C’était mieux maintenant : les fantômes de Daisuke Yokota | OAI13 : Culture Photo et société

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Dance card with a magnifying glass. The front and back of the book are decorated with small medallion portraits of a man and a woman (unidentified). Late eighteenth century (Louis XVI?)

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Dr Charcot at " La Salpêtrière " Around 1880, medical science starts making most of technical progress in the photography area: like Muybridge, successive images represent progressive deformation on limbs and faces, and instantaneousness allows capturing the body tension on the height of physical crisis. Submissive patients are “invited” to pose in a special setting: Professor Charcot prompts real hysterical crises for the needs of the taking shots

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Balbec: Proust visited Trouville from 1891-1894, before discovering Cabourg's Grand Hotel.

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Article: Reign Louis XIV. French fashion history. Reign Louis XIV. French fashion history. Court luxury and pleasure. Baroque era. English style. Fashion and etiquette. Successive fashions. Royal edicts.

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3D printing has significant implications for luxury garments, shoes and bags, as well as jewellery, eyewear and watchmaking. 3D printing was born in the 1980s and has long been used for “rapid prototyping.” Now, the technology is accelerating exponentially and being employed to manufacture finished products, including fashion and luxury goods. Several reasons explain this acceleration, from the expiry of relevant patents to progress in materials science and software. Today, it is easy to…

Since 1935, Erté had occupied an apartment in the fashionable Bois de Boulogne district of Paris with a successive series of pet cats for company. Description from thecoincidentaldandy.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images