Global Vintage Inspiration
This week’s theme – Global Vintage, will focus on single source inspirations that reflect eras from different parts of the world.
Global Vintage Inspiration #1 - Recently, I was enamored by an amazing short film called Madame Tutli Putli by Canadian filmmakers – Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski. Not only was it nominated for an academy award, this highly captivating silent film incorporates the timeless use of stop motion animation and follows the surreal train journey of the lead character Madame Tutli Putli, through a cinematic countryside. She’s accompanied by tons of vintage luggage, a world of memories and enchanted butterflies. The Journey begins:
Global Vintage Dream Palette #1 – L’ANTIQUE DE QUEBEC
Inspiration: Madame Tutli Putli (Canada)
Colors: Light charcoal; Powder Blue; Tea Green & Old Lace
(ABOVE L to R: Animation Image from Madame Tutli Putli; Model in Blue Hat from FlyGirl via Lula Magazine; Open Luggage photo from Sweetina; Old Journal photo by Lisa Warninger; Marionnette newsclipping from Modern Mechanix; Duck photo by Wildlife Ranger; Countryside Cottage photo by Vintage Destinations; Clock ring from Steampunk Jewelry collection by St Joshua; Chandelier photo by Lucyina Moodie; Cake by I Dream of Cake; Bridal photo by Lisa Warninger [Dress by Elizabeth Dye, Stylist- Chelsea Fuss]; French burlap pillow by Petit Coterie; Hanging tea light Reception photo by Lloyd Dobbie Photography; Vintage Camera photo by Carlos Lorenzo; Blue tin case by La Marelle; Butterfly Locket rings by BabyJewlz & Dog Photo by Missy McLamb Photography)
If you’re planning a Vintage wedding, there’s no reason why it shouldn’t evoke a sense of nostalgia, culture and/or geography. Vintage, like fine wine, should be global:-)