Sunday, July 26, 2015

The concept of LUNCH . . .

Pieter Bruegel the elder - lunch
"Why is it that a room full of people will get louder and louder?
And how can people pleasantly understand each other in the din?
 Pieter Bruegel the elder art, 1500s  Click images twice for full size
      
silver potato ring 1700s
1700s
   
1871 hot chestnuts street vendor
When time is tight, we can just grab something from
an 1871 street vendor. . . but not chestnuts
         
1890s restaurant or tea room
An 1890s dining experience . . . lively colour and brass
in a sun-room . . . the feathery rustling sounds of beards 
and bustles . . . someone insisting it was their chair 
that made that vulgar sound.
        
1896 automated cafeteria
This 1896 automated cafeteria eliminates employee deadwood
     
Ellsworth Young illustration lunch 1905
 Ellsworth Young's 1905
cartoon illustration of an
ancient Roman LUNCH.
          
H.R. Petersen 1913 magazine illustration exploding lunch
This 1913 magazine illustration offered
subtle humour for sophisticated readers. 
      
Bernard Boutet de Monvel drawing
The cheese is hard and sour. 
        
sun-dappled 1940s illustration
A sun-dappled 1940s illustration  Click twice for full size
       
Alex Raymond comic strip art
Liquid lunch by Alex Raymond
       
The RISE of DUTTON LANG - UPA animation
UPA animation 1950s
       
Bob Jones illustration of mouse picnic
Bob Jones illustration
        
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