Rereading that review I linked to above, I opened it with a vignette that is still clear as a bell in my mind's eye.
The costumes and settings are worthy of a full-length feature, and the creepy possessiveness of the song adds to the vignette.
In the second act, a trio of ballet dancers from the New York City Ballet will appear in a vignette dedicated to cotton candy.
For instance, the texture of the white convent wall, and the drawing of its tiled roof, in the vignette at p. 227.
For a tailpiece to this chapter one may vignette one of those little affairs.
You will see a vignette of it on the title-page of the recent English work entitled The Washingtons.
A vignette in the first page of an edition of Apicius, printed at Basle, 1541, 4to.
In some instances they partake much more of the character of a vignette than a tradesmans mark.
Engraved frontispiece-title with vignette, by Freeman after Corbould.
A vignette on the engraved Title-page further elucidates the uses of Death's pipe and tabor.
1751, "decorative design," originally a design in the form of vine tendrils around the borders of a book page, especially a picture page, from French vignette, from Old French diminutive of vigne "vineyard" (see vine). Sense transferred from the border to the picture itself, then (1853) to a type of small photographic portrait with blurred edges very popular mid-19c. Meaning "literary sketch" is first recorded 1880, probably from the photographic sense.