’20s Beach Vernacular Playfully Illustrated by Eleanor Davis

'20s Beach Vernacular, Illustrated by Eleanor Davis

An Oyster, a Sand Bruise, a Gangplank. Ths is some of the vernacular used to describe the world of beach culture back in the 1920s. NY Times contributing columnist Ben Schott has compiled the best of this beach lexcion, and with the help of Goergia based illustrator Eleanor Davis, have created a visual representation of each them.

I’m currently feeling like I’m a rudder in need of some shark bait.

'20s Beach Vernacular, Illustrated by Eleanor Davis

'20s Beach Vernacular, Illustrated by Eleanor Davis

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