Thursday, February 4, 2021

stage design, cubist nightmares, a toy shop gone mad

the life of camoufleur Carol Sax
Above In the past, we've posted various findings about Carol Sax (1885-1961), an Iowa-born theatre set designer who also worked as a ship camoufleur during World War I. In the current issue of The Iowa Source (February 2021) we have also now published an essay about aspects of his life.


Optical science meets visual art 

Disruption versus dazzle 

Chicanery and conspicuousness 

Under the big top at Sims' circus