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Mr. Price at the Albright-Knox

Vincent Price’s relationship with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery dates back to the early 1960s. Many people might not know, but Vincent Price studied art history at Yale University and was an avid art lover and collector. Public access to fine art was important to Price, so it seems fitting that he helped promote the Collection and the benefits of membership at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

In honor of the posting of this 1979 video by the Gusto Blog at the Buffalo News (originally posted this morning by Retrontario) in which Price talks about the benefits of becoming a member of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, here are photos from Mr. Price’s visit to the Albright-Knox on October 18, 1963.

Photographs by S. Greenberg. Images courtesy Albright-Knox Art Gallery Media Collection.

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Sidewalk concrete medallions, they fascinate me so I decided to put together a collage. They are very common in Victorian communities, such as Cape May, Buffalo and Brooklyn. You know, where the stuff is old and built right. If you see one please send me a photo or a location so I can take a picture of it. 

Jim Kelly Day 12-12-12
hijacked from facebook

Jim Kelly Day 12-12-12

hijacked from facebook

The Buffalo Bisons have had to update their logo as their partnership with the New York Mets is over. This is a disappointment. It is a poorly executed revamp of the mid 1980’s Hittin’ Buster design. My apologies to ADPRO Sports, but your illustration falls flat and the use of colors leaves something to be desired.
See this for previous logos

The Buffalo Bisons have had to update their logo as their partnership with the New York Mets is over. This is a disappointment. It is a poorly executed revamp of the mid 1980’s Hittin’ Buster design. My apologies to ADPRO Sports, but your illustration falls flat and the use of colors leaves something to be desired.

See this for previous logos

Hey followers guess what?! More fake sports team branding!
Buffalo Soldiers, with so many borrowed elements from the Sabres it isn’t even funny.
NHL redesign for PuckDrawn.

Hey followers guess what?! More fake sports team branding!

Buffalo Soldiers, with so many borrowed elements from the Sabres it isn’t even funny.

NHL redesign for PuckDrawn.

National Preservation Conference hits Buffalo

This link showcases Buffalo and the residential block featured on the video is my old block. 

Tags: Buffalo

Buffalo Bills current record!

Buffalo Bills current record!

Nicole found this while searching for postcards of Cape May, NJ.
(via Vintage Buffalo Appliqué Pennant Rare by RattyAndCatty on Etsy)

Nicole found this while searching for postcards of Cape May, NJ.

(via Vintage Buffalo Appliqué Pennant Rare by RattyAndCatty on Etsy)

Tags: buffalo

I figured out how to incorporate the Bandits into the combo logo. I was trying to use the hat, the bandana and the eyes. Then it hit me that I should use the hands to hold the sabres!

I figured out how to incorporate the Bandits into the combo logo. I was trying to use the hat, the bandana and the eyes. Then it hit me that I should use the hands to hold the sabres!

It’s been a while since I nerded out about Buffalo and or sports logos, so here’s a new one. I was reading a thread on the forum over at Sportslogos.net and it was about combining all the professional sports logos from one city into one logo. There was one for Buffalo but it was a little plain and lacking any representation of the Bisons. So I took their idea and built on it. I am still trying to figure out a way to incorporate the Bandits (professional Lacrosse) elements into the design.

It’s been a while since I nerded out about Buffalo and or sports logos, so here’s a new one. I was reading a thread on the forum over at Sportslogos.net and it was about combining all the professional sports logos from one city into one logo. There was one for Buffalo but it was a little plain and lacking any representation of the Bisons. So I took their idea and built on it. I am still trying to figure out a way to incorporate the Bandits (professional Lacrosse) elements into the design.