Search Results: Items matching alphabets (results page 1) Roger Wilkerson, The Suburban Legend. Brett Fletcher Lauer: Archive. Collecting cartographic curiosa. The Map Room: A Weblog About Maps. Sanborn Fire Insurance Map Typography. Title pages, headings and letterforms clipped, cropped and isolatedfrom maps and map publications issued between about 1880 and 1920.
"D. A. Sanborn, a young surveyor from Somerville, Massachusetts, was engaged in 1866 by the Aetna Insurance Company to prepare insurance maps for several cities in Tennessee. [..] Before working for Aetna, Sanborn conducted surveys and compiled an atlas of the city of Boston titled 'Insurance Map of Boston, Volume 1, 1867'. [..] The atlas includes twenty-nine large plates showing sections of Boston at the scale of 50 feet to an inch.
Au carrefour étrange. Vintage Images. Ernst Haeckel. Ernst Haeckel - MELT. Ernst Haeckel Ernst Haeckel was an eminent German biologist, naturalist, philosopher, physician, professor and artist who discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relating all life forms, and coined many terms in biology, including anthropogeny, ecology, phylum, phylogeny and stem cell.
FUN WITH DECALS: In the Kitchen Free PDF Images and Giveaway. This post has been quite a while in the making.
It all started with my decal penny pendant project that uses vintage decals. I had received a lot of emails asking where to find such decals. They aren’t so much as rare, but do take some searching and patience to find. So I went out on the hunt for alternatives to vintage decals and found DecalPaper.com an online company that sells inkjet printable water-slide decal sheets.
My wheels haven’t stopped spinning since. Caleb heisey. Ah!
The kind of project that makes me green with design-envy. Love this packaging design for Folksaga a Swedish distillery of akvavit, a traditional scandinavian liquor, by Caleb Heisey. Each bottle features a popular folk tale from Sweden. The Story of King Arthur and His Knights. Do It Yourself. You can make a calendar page, watch the moon everyday for a month, and learn about the phases of the moon.
The moon changes in appearance and location in the sky everyday, which is why we refer to the moon by its phases: new moon, new crescent moon, 1st quarter moon, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, 3rd quarter, and old crescent. After 29 days you will have a visual record of the phases of the moon, and a better understanding of all the phases. In other words, you can gain the first-hand experience of an astronomer by watching the sky everyday. To see how your observations of the real sky match up with predictions, see also a simulation of whole month or single day at a time. Materials: A calendar page where you can record information in each box. How To Do It.
Clipart. Title Page Art, Beautiful. JF Ptak Science Books LLC Post 776 Blog Bookstore I wonder what is was like to be a traveling salesman hauling around hundred-pound barrels of pig bristles?
We don’t really find out the answer to that question in Origin and Development of the Paint Brush (1938), but that remarkable, far from the maddening crowd question does present itself in the text. FREEBIES. Antique Botanical Prints from Prints with a Past. Free birch tree graphic clip art. Idea Gallery, Collage ideas, samples page. Idea Gallery Page is for you to just browse and hopefully have your own imagination prodded to create wonderful new projects.
If you have any questionson the projects, please feel free to email me. I typically reply to emails on a daily basis. One day while I was playing with the Golden gels and mediums and brass stancils, I found a really cool way to use the Distress Crackle Paints. I took a palette knife and scraped the paint from the brush inside the jar, I then spread it across my brass stencil--it was great! It crackled so nice. Floral motif Clipart. Constellations - Public Domain Clip Art. Alphabet Clip Art. Free vintage images - mostly naturalist, botanical and scientific. Printable, downloadable. Democratizing Public Domain.
The Æsop for Children with pictures by Milo Winter. Animal Woodcuts and Printable Book Plates. The other day I received an old German speller that I’d purchased on ebay that was published in 1832.
The front cover of the book was quite unattractive, but the back had this beautiful rooster artwork. I scanned it, cleaned it up in Photoshop, removing the lettering, and flopped the image to appear as a book front, leaving a nice area at the bottom to add your own text for digital collage work or any other craft idea. The inside cover’s layout was full of beautiful woodcut animal illustrations. With some of the animals, I designed free printable book plates. Click on the image just below to access the FREE PDF file and print to full sheet label stock (to create adhesive labels) or to plain paper to use with other adhesives, such as paper glue, spray adhesive, etc.
Add a name to the white box areas digitally on each before printing or leave blank for hand personalizing. Octopus vulgaris, var. Americanus - ID: 226666. Fromoldbooks.