Vintage residential architecture illustrated!

WardomaticGo catch this little mid-century yumminess with Ward-O-Matic. His blog is mostly illustration, but he definately has a deep love of all things midcentury!

If you like this sort of thing, check out his blog regularly because he always knows the illustrators and gives an extra insight into those magazine covers we all love! This one is an especially fabulous look into mid century residential architecture!

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