et-sally:

Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis

Awww, this is wonderful!

et-sally:

Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis

Awww, this is wonderful!


Leo Fontan - French Postcards c. 1910s

Leo Fontan - French Postcards c. 1910s

marleyart:

Sleepy time moon!

marleyart:

Sleepy time moon!

fancysomedisneymagic:

The Rescuers sketches by Ken Anderson  (1977)


Jack Pumpkinhead tries on a smiley face head today
Artist:  John R. Neill from “Little Wizard Stories of Oz” by L. Frank Baum, 1914.

Jack Pumpkinhead tries on a smiley face head today

Artist:  John R. Neill from “Little Wizard Stories of Oz” by L. Frank Baum, 1914.

maudit:


I saw this angel with a white face and these beautiful eyes. I knew this was something special. It was the first time I saw Keaton.  - Mel Brooks (x)

Happy Birthday Buster (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

maudit:

I saw this angel with a white face and these beautiful eyes. I knew this was something special. It was the first time I saw Keaton.  - Mel Brooks (x)

Happy Birthday Buster (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

marcanimation:

Claire Keane, Tangled

marcanimation:

Claire Keane, Tangled


Nell Brinkley illustration - c. 1910s

Nell Brinkley illustration - c. 1910s


Nell Brinkley illustration - 1910s

Nell Brinkley illustration - 1910s

Illustrator Nell Brinkley and a little friend - 1908
In 1907, at the tender age of twenty-two, Nell Brinkley came to New York to draw for the Hearst syndicate. Within a year, she had become a household name. Flo Ziegfeld dressed his dancers as “Brinkley Girls,” in the Ziegfeld Follies. Three popular songs were written about her. Women, aspiring to the masses of curly hair with which Nell adorned her creations, could buy Nell Brinkley Hair Curlers for ten cents a card. Young girls cut out and saved her drawings, copied them, colored them, and pasted them in scrapbooks. The Brinkley Girls took over from the Gibson Girls.

Illustrator Nell Brinkley and a little friend - 1908

In 1907, at the tender age of twenty-two, Nell Brinkley came to New York to draw for the Hearst syndicate. Within a year, she had become a household name. Flo Ziegfeld dressed his dancers as “Brinkley Girls,” in the Ziegfeld Follies. Three popular songs were written about her. Women, aspiring to the masses of curly hair with which Nell adorned her creations, could buy Nell Brinkley Hair Curlers for ten cents a card. Young girls cut out and saved her drawings, copied them, colored them, and pasted them in scrapbooks. The Brinkley Girls took over from the Gibson Girls.


Artist:  Nell Brinkley  c. 1920’s

Artist:  Nell Brinkley  c. 1920’s

Artist:  Nell Brinkley  (Via “The Brinkley Girls:  The Best Of Nell Brinkley’s Cartoons 1913 - 1940”)

Grim Natwick’s exploratory sketches of Snow White 

Kitty!

Kitty!

Mary Blair concept art for Walt Disney’s "Alice In Wonderland" (1951)