12.25.11
John Foster | Accidental Mysteries

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Accidental Mysteries is an online curiosity shop of extraordinary things, mined from the depths of the online world and brought to you each week by John Foster, a writer, designer and longtime collector of self-taught art and vernacular photography. “I enjoy the search for incredible, obscure objects that challenge, delight and amuse my eye. More so, I enjoy sharing these discoveries with the diverse and informed readers of Design Observer.”

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Brings back lots of memories. One correction, these are not Christmas cards but New Year's cards. The Russian version of the Santa Claus called Ded Moroz (trans. Granpa Frost) is more closely associated with New Year's Eve (hence Ded Moroze holding a clock on the last postcard). The Russian's celebrate Christmas in January. Also, the young lady you see is his helper granddaughter.

Happy Holidays!
sankoz
12.25.11
01:57

Thanks for the correction. I saw Santa so prevalent and fell right into Christmas.
John Foster
12.26.11
09:54



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