Vintage Brooks was founded in 2013 as the official site of all things Louise Brooks, including films and books. Here, fans can find the very best in exclusive Brooksie artwork and memorabilia.

As an American actress and dancer, Lulu’s contributions to Hollywood include 17 silent and 8 sound films. Her bobbed haircut and unique style made her an iconic symbol of the 1920’s flapper, while her relationships with the rich and famous made her name synonymous with sexual liberation and rebellion. She also made a name as a writer, publishing Lulu in Hollywood in 1982.

In his essay “The Girl in the Black Helmet,” Kenneth Tynan praises Brooks’ style and film presence, noting “This was Louise Brooks…she has run through my life like a magnetic thread…a dark lady worthy of any poet’s devotion.” He speaks to Lulu’s robust legacy and artistic contributions–a goal we at Vintage Brooks hope to achieve.

This unique line of artwork, in combination with the spectacular Vintage Brooks Facebook page and website, will offer her biggest fans the opportunity to catch glimpses of the star’s talent and charisma. From Beggars of Life to Diary of a Lost Girl, her legacy lives on in film and in print. You are invited to share in Brooksie’s unmatched contributions to Hollywood through art, film, and writing.

All images © Vintage Brooks/Naked on My Goat. All rights reserved. Copying and/or distributing without my permission is strictly prohibited.

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