These rare images of Brigitte Bardot were shot for Life Magazine in 1958. Take a look at the gorgeous Femme Fatale in all her glory... and sometimes while eating.
- By James
- In: Culture
- Published on 02 May 2013
I've often felt that New York city was the most Roman city since Rome itself. The Romans were long noted for stealing the art, culture, and architecture tips and styles from different societies which they conquered to use in Rome. New York, with it's many Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and "Far Eastern" architectural motifs is very Roman indeed. The architectural period called Art Deco coincided with the rise of many of New York's great skyscrapers. The most famous Art Deco example is The Chrysler Building, but many other buildings had deco motifs. See some lesser-known examples of the Art Deco style in New York's architecture below.