I love these pictures. The history is interesting to me and the many different poses and their backgrounds fascinate my brain. I have one of my great aunt with a frame as this. Here is an early booth picture that I got out of an amazing book I found last year. The ones that I remember from the 70's had more curtains and a darker feel to the inside.
This little lady, also from the book "American Photobooth", is so cute. Do you think that she made her hat? If you look closer you can see the netting that goes completely over down to her shoulders.
This is my favorite of course because of the cute dog, but the lady has a great style too. It is very hard to find strips like the one on the right, still intact. They were always snipped up to share. I will show some more of these later. All the ones I ever had were in black and white. I just love the colored ones though.
He is also an actor. I love reading this guys lyrics! I don't know if he has lived a heavy life but he writes like the blues. His voice is indescribable but definitely unique. If you know any more about him, let me know. He is definitely my new muse.
This is a photo from a book called "Women See Woman". This is how I feel this morning. Pretty happy to be alive. We are warm here in Az. but looking forward to milder temps. Maybe I'll go shirtless too! No. Wouldn't want to scare the town folk!
I am a mixed media artist born in Michigan and living in Arizona. I work at an antique store in Mesa Az. I have been in retail all my life. I love to decorate, I have done window decorating and have recently put my talents to doing vignettes and painting. I teach classes at Mystic Paper across the street from the Antique Plaza. Some of the art I do: Altered Books, Artist Trading Cards (Atc's), Collage Art, and painting in acrylics.