This blog by mikl-em (I played Sugarchurch) features Stuff about carnival sideshows, the 1800's to 1930’s, Vaudeville, clowns, freaks, silent film, or whatever else seems to fit.
In 1929 Tomljenović moved to Dessau, and enrolled at the Bauhaus. She graduated from a preparatory course under Josef Albers and started studying photography with Walter Peterhansa. Her dominant interests were poster design and photo - editing. The poster Dictatorship in Yugoslavia (1930) is considered her most important work. In the third semester at Bauhaus, Tomljenović abandoned her studies and moved to Berlin, and in 1931. to Paris. Between 1933 - 1935, she worked in Prague, where in collaboration with her husband A. Meller, she created kinetic arrangements for department store windows. Tomljenovic worked as an art lecturer in Belgrade (1935 - 1938) and Zagreb (1938-1962).