or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Stylish Non-Clothing Things
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Stylish Non-Clothing Things - Page 19

post #271 of 357


L’Αnnéе Dеrnіèrе à Μаrіеnbаd.
post #272 of 357

1974 Lancia Stratos HF

1958 Ferrari TR
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post


use_your_words_button-p145970109170667421z745k_400.jpg


 

post #273 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

BMW 3.0 CLS
tumblr_m0mo1zanos1qzleu4

That thing is beautiful. If I could fit inside I wouldn't mind restoring one.
post #274 of 357
Tresserra, sadly only bad pictures online
169

Mollino, same thing about the picture
254
post #275 of 357
330
492

Though he was a walking definition of creepy Eric Gill's work is magnificent in its modern ancient timelessness. It is as if it was old when it was made new 100 years ago, and even today it is hard to make things this modern.

His type designs ( other than the punchline Gill Sans ) are readable and highly sensual One of the highlights of going to the British Museum is walking in from the back door and letting my eyes follow the curves of the letters carved in stone above the door. The words themselves leave no impression on the human brain, but the stone and the letter carving are magnificant.


225
Here is a lovely contrast of the new Italian style ^ with the old Italian style:
Quote:
Vada a bordo, cazzo!
post #276 of 357
This thread confirms how limited my sense of aesthetic appreciation really must be -- most of the items leave me cold.
Quote:
Originally Posted by --Jonas-- View Post

Anyway, here is our "Grundofen", don't know how to translate the word correctly. It's a kind of oven (fueled by wood) for heating the room and house it's in. The great thing about it is, that there are several channels going through it so the hot air doesn't just go out the chimney. Thus the seat is always comfortably warm. You only burn one load of wood, then seal it until the next day. It's pretty amazing (though the one in our old house was even better) and, of course, very elegant and pleasing to the eye.
S6gl9l.jpg

This, however, on so very many levels, is just ... inlove.gif
post #277 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post

Though he was a walking definition of perversion

ftfy.

seeing all of these typefaces makes me wonder: what the hell happened to andy crewdson?
post #278 of 357
Vola FS1
FS1_600.jpg

Dornbracht Symetrics
symetrics.jpg

Riva Aquariva Super
riva-aquariva-boat.jpg

Wally Esense
ESENSE%20-%20Courtesy%20of%20Wally%20Yachts%20(2).jpg

Verpan Lounge
1-2-3-Lounge-Leather---Green-fabric-VP-Globe_STOR.jpg

Frem Røjle Dinette in teak (by Hans Olesen)
0915.jpg

Valcucine Living
10_18-Living-5_0113.jpg
post #279 of 357
222

That's loovley.
post #280 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by Poindexter View Post

222
That's loovley.

The hull is extremely ugly. Fisherman boat from early 20th century with deep-V hull would look better than this carbon-fiber atrocity. "Wally" should name this model "Ice-breaker Bathtub"
post #281 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

L’Αnnéе Dеrnіèrе à Μаrіеnbаd.

FC, this movie is stunning. Have you seen Hiroshima Mon Amour?
post #282 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by NotoriousMarquis View Post

FC, this movie is stunning. Have you seen Hiroshima Mon Amour?

Yes.
Edited by F. Corbera - 3/12/12 at 3:36am
post #283 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

The hull is extremely ugly.

That's too bad. It's fabulously found.
post #284 of 357

 

 

Star.JPG

 

Star 002.jpg

 

Star Burrows.jpg

 

The International Star Class is very stylish, to my eye.bigstar[1].gif

post #285 of 357
Quote:
Originally Posted by rikod View Post

O_2.jpg

sexy
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Stylish Non-Clothing Things