Set at the 1956 General Motors Motorama and yours to download on internet archives, Design for Dreaming is […]
Photo-novel of the Mole People! More monsters from Monstrula. It’s in german, just click on the icons on […]
On Sunday i painfully woke up on time to listen to Paul DeMarinis whom i thought would present […]
Stunning collection of Turkish record sleeves. Via Otomano. You prefer beards?
Do i like this ad for “the thing for washing your hair”!
Modern Mechanix has digged this “civilian-designed” gas mask from a 1940 issue of Popular Science. To provide some […]
Another great vintage ad about personal hygiene. Via Billboardom eatliver. Also: Blow in her face.
“From the first world war until the 30’s air acoustics played an important role in the air defence. […]
Looks like this exquisite ad was gracing a man’s magazine from the ’70s. Via vintage ads.
The poster gallery. Can’t remember how i stumbled upon this gallery. Wikipedia provided me with the information i […]
Ars Electronica will be 26 years old this Summer. And while i see that more and more (too […]
The bertillonage (also known as anthropometry, or the Bertillon system), created in the 1880’s by Alphonse Bertillon, became […]
Bibi has discovered a bunch of German expressionism movies ready to enjoy on Internet archive and google video: […]
I can’t pretend that i’m an expert in porn posters but i doubt they still make such stylish […]
The American Dept of Energy declassified nuclear testing videos. From 1945 to 1976. Via platform 8.
Spy and subminiature cameras history and evolution of investigative photography. Starring the Photosniper; daguerreotype photos taken at crime […]
… on their wedding day. Via Otomano who recommends also the pictures of an unknown family who probably […]
Anne Francis pampered by Robby the robot. More images: 1 and 2. Via Hugo Strikes Back datajunkie.
Thank you, gracias, merci Bello Pubico for having found those videos of Chapi Chapo online. Chapi Chapo was […]
RetroCrush has interviewed 3 (yes 3!) actors from Russ Meyer‘s 1970 cult movie, Beyond the Valley of the […]
While shooting Kagemusha, Akira Kurosawa directed a number of ads for Suntory whiskey. With Francis Ford Coppola, executive […]
I’m spending my last day in Slovenia (tomorrow i’ll be in Graz to see the BIX facade and […]
Freaks, a 1932 film movie directed by Tod Browning (also famous for Dracula with Bela Lugosi), is available […]
Che Guevara photoset. Via hugo strikes back. Che videos.
Via Vintage ads. Related: Leonard Nimoy sings the Ballad of Bilbo Baggins.
Currently watching the videos of the kings of the Shibuya-kei movement: Pizzicato Five, an ’80s and ’90s Japanese […]
Two gems from wonderful Internet Archive. Leave It to Roll-Oh, a film shown at the New York World’s […]
Just discovered (thanks Bibi!) Vidéo Nostalgie, a homage blog to the vintage Scopitones of 60’s and 70’s and […]
Sex Madness is free to download on Internet Archive. This sex exploitation film, directed by Dwain Esper in […]
Chinese calendar cards from the Mao era. Via a best truth.
Found these cute ladies in the Montreal Expo 1967 flickr set. There’s also a New York Expo 1964 […]
Taken from the 1977 movie Starship Invasions. The Crimson Cult looked like a fine piece of cinematographic art […]
According to kultureflash, Rem Koolhaas‘ design for this year’s Serpentine Pavilion in London will be an ovoid-shaped inflatable […]
This is pure German awesomeness: Tex Haper (the cowboy from the North) singing for the unification of Country […]
Extract of an on-camera interview with Bruce Lee recorded on December 9, 1971 in Hong Kong. Video Via […]
La Linea by Osvaldo Cavandoli, aka CAVA, was aired on French TV when i was a kid. I […]
A website dedicated to women in the arms of men, monsters, robots and other creatures. In pulps, comics, […]
No need to understand the language to listen to some gems of Spanish music (includes Jose Angel confessing […]
Spaghetti Westerns trailers. But also commercials influenced by SW, bloopers, posters (check also these ones), guns, etc. Just […]
Soundtrack files from Russ Meyer‘s parallel universe. A 4,6 hours long trip of outrageous dialogues and groovy music. […]