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Monday, February 27, 2012

Palm Springs Modernism Week Vintage Trailer Show 2012

Once again, the vintage trailer show at the Palm Springs modernism week did not disappoint!  This is my second year attending and touring these mint vintage trailers including the one of a kind "Decoliner" built from scratch in twenty months.

When you enter the show, you don't quite know where to head first.  All of the trailers lined up had their own distinctive look and feel to them inside and out.  It's hard to choose a favorite, but the crowd seemed to be drawn to the decoliner.

The show was held last weekend in Palm Springs at the end of their annual, "Modernism Week" which includes festivities throughout the week that is sure to please the mid century modern design fan.  This past Saturday, I wandered around the trailer show and photographed some of the trailers, but mostly I enjoyed picking people out of the crowd to photograph.

A big thank you to all who agreed to pose for me as well as "Airstream Life" for coordinating another successful event.  If you're an Airstream owner, be sure to put Alumapalooza on your list of things to do in June.

Here are some photos from the day.  To see more, click HERE.




















Rich And Brett, the two behind the magic...


6 comments:

Jaime Martorano said...

Great work Alison!
Jaime

Mexico Ecotourism said...

The people seem just as interesting as the trailers, if not more so! I love it how everything is so candy-colored. Great photos!

Anonymous said...

Alison,

As always fantastic images! So wish we'd been able to be there. We hope all is going great and hope to see you when we do . . .

Love to you,

Adam & Susan

Anonymous said...

Your eye for people is delightful ... your eye for color is amazing

Used Cars Pal, Springs said...

Who knew trailers could look so good? They look classy and polished. The desert is a great setting for the.

voyagevixen said...

Great blog post! I'll share it on my fb page :) Myrtle, our mid century modern 1964 Dodge Travco Motorhome is on facebook! She is outfitted in her interior with vintage linens, pots, dishes, and decorations etc. If you'd like to stay in touch with Myrtle's adventure via Facebook, please like the page. Her page will include entries from her blog, interesting links, photos, vintage rv supplies and decorating, events etc. https://www.facebook.com/MyrtleAndMe 

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