My coworker Tara Jacoby did this flyer for an upcoming event at the Society of Illustrators.  It’s reminiscent of the old “Girlie Show” posters we have in our collection from performances that illustrators put on with burlesque dancers back in the 1920/30s.  These events were so well attended that they were able to purchase our building, and sometimes were raided by police and headlined the papers!  Unfortunately I can’t share some of the best photos we have because they are too risqué for even today’s standards. But I hope you can come to Cabaret Night, June 1st, and help us relive the past!   My coworker Tara Jacoby did this flyer for an upcoming event at the Society of Illustrators.  It’s reminiscent of the old “Girlie Show” posters we have in our collection from performances that illustrators put on with burlesque dancers back in the 1920/30s.  These events were so well attended that they were able to purchase our building, and sometimes were raided by police and headlined the papers!  Unfortunately I can’t share some of the best photos we have because they are too risqué for even today’s standards. But I hope you can come to Cabaret Night, June 1st, and help us relive the past!   My coworker Tara Jacoby did this flyer for an upcoming event at the Society of Illustrators.  It’s reminiscent of the old “Girlie Show” posters we have in our collection from performances that illustrators put on with burlesque dancers back in the 1920/30s.  These events were so well attended that they were able to purchase our building, and sometimes were raided by police and headlined the papers!  Unfortunately I can’t share some of the best photos we have because they are too risqué for even today’s standards. But I hope you can come to Cabaret Night, June 1st, and help us relive the past!  

My coworker Tara Jacoby did this flyer for an upcoming event at the Society of Illustrators.  It’s reminiscent of the old “Girlie Show” posters we have in our collection from performances that illustrators put on with burlesque dancers back in the 1920/30s.  These events were so well attended that they were able to purchase our building, and sometimes were raided by police and headlined the papers!  Unfortunately I can’t share some of the best photos we have because they are too risqué for even today’s standards. But I hope you can come to Cabaret Night, June 1st, and help us relive the past!