Category: german

design-is-fine:

Vending Machine for Stockings, 1961. Germany. Industrial Museum Augsburg.

Beer stein decorated with herring and tom-cat pattern, made by Goebel & Reinhold Merkelbach, Germany, c. late 19th century.

Psychedelic interiors of the Spiegel Publishing House in Hamburg, Germany, designed by Verner Panton, 1969.

peashooter85:

German rapier with blue turquoise glass hilt, circa 1600.

from The Kunsthistorisches Museum

victoriansword:

Assorted British, German, and French bayonets from hogspear.com’s archives.

armthearmour:

A phenomenally enameled silver Swept-hilt Rapier, Germany, ca. 1606, housed at the Staaliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.

collectorsweekly:

“The Future Belongs to Bauhaus Wallpaper,” brochure cover designed by Joost Schmidt, 1931.

collectorsweekly:

“Fat Lava” pottery from West Germany, circa 1960s – 1970s.

Ceramic peacock plaque numbered G-75, by Helmut Friedrich Schäffenacker, circa 1970s.

Make It Work: Street Style for the Sensitive German Renaissance Man