“A vivacious young woman from Rio de Janeiro moves to New York to study design and is later appointed co-art director of the world-renowned Harper’s Bazaar magazine at age 25. After 10 years at Bazaar, she becomes the first art director of Ms., the magazine of the women’s liberation movement. Other accomplishments include designing award-winning books, working forRolling Stone, and being chosen to art direct the revival of the 1930s classic, Vanity Fair. She is at the zenith of her career and celebrated for her work when cancer takes her life at age 44.”
Images from the fantastic new book: O design de Bea Feitler by our friend Bruno Feitler published by Ipsis/Cosacaify.
“Jane’s Carousel is a completely restored historic Carousel made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company in 1922. It is a classic three-row machine with 48 exquisitely carved horses, and two superb chariots. The wood carvings, often attributed to John Zalar and Frank Carretta, are among the finest of their kind. In addition, the scenery panels, rounding boards, crests, center pole and platform are all original to the Carousel. It was the first Carousel to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.”