Detail: Waistcoat, (Chinese Export Market), 1760s, bright Imperial yellow satin with round neck, the curved front opening border embroidered in twisted silks with peonies and fruits in a leaf meander, continuing to the skirts.
To enhance your image's lighting, you may wan to try running the Auto Tone, which will brighten your image, and add a some contrast. You can apply the Auto Tone non-destructively by creating a Levels or Curves adjustment layer, then click the 'Auto' button in the properties panel. If you would like more options, Alt-click (Mac:option-click) the 'Auto' button to bring up the 'Auto Color Correction Options', and choose from the different algorithms.
The curved + asymmetrical design of the Zenith 812 (The 811 Export Version) tombstone radio makes for an ultra rare + unusual model that is a stunning example of Art deco design. This asymmetrical design was radical in a time when rectangular tombstone radios and furniture-like consoles were stylish and loved by all, thus making this model an elusive find today.
"Birth" day-- This one's for Mom...She's been waiting 9 months for the bundle of joy to arrive and has given up a lot of "treats" to bring a healthy baby into the world.... Doesn't she deserve a birthday gift too (of course in moderation...notice I didn't pin a picture of a six pack)? Also, a few magazines couldn't hurt either!
[Clothoid.B by XISM] This lamp is created digitally by a mathematical curve formula, which is then exported for 3D printing. The form is the afterimage of one single point in space as it moves, intersects and rotates, resulting in this delicate and complex design. XISM International call their innovative design & manufacturing process "digitally created lighting".