Orson Welles’ mid-seventies Tv commercial for Champagne. Via Bedazzled. Image.
First M, now Metropolis, one of Fritz Lang’s other masterpieces, is available for download on Internet Archive. As […]
Jean-Baptiste (sois béni!) sent me a link to the Cat Piano. Athanasius Kircher, a 17th century German Jesuit […]
Circo Mondial presents for the first time in Europe: The Bottle Man! Zamorate. A Man in a Bottle. […]
Welcome to the Atomage magazine appreciation site, here you find detailed information on the publications and history of […]
This morning i ran into this super outlandish trailer of Deadly Weapons, with Chesty Morgan and Harry–Deep Throat–Reems. […]
Fabulous 1978 Japanese version of Spiderman, with subtitles.
Old postcards for every taste: postcards of giants, fat persons, midgets, big patatoes, “anti-woman“, movie stars , zeppelin, […]
Some 4,000 drawings, models and audio tapes produced by Archigram is to be catalogued and digitised over three […]
Would spend ages watching them (his movies i mean). This way! Via Rashomon.
This must see website offers an amazing selection of gorgeous knitwear, including trendy balaclavas, mohair hunter’s set, superb […]
Japanese Public Service Posters. More posters in Bibi’s Box. P.S. Sorry i’m having a few no-internet days so […]
Bibi made my day. She has created a playlist with 60’s French pop videoclips, some from Françoise Hardy, […]
“All visitors are shown their host’s model kennels, where he breeds magnificent Alsatians. Some of his pedigree pets […]
The arrival of rock’n’roll brought a major change to the social art of dancing. Although contact dancing with […]
Polar Inertia has a picture gallery documenting the only remaining preserved example of a Titan Missile II silo. […]
Defense Tech has discovered a goldmine: Modern Mechanix! Check the glamour bonnet for alpine complexion, mechanical willies, the […]
A collection of Ultraman clips. There are battles with nutty monsters and several intros to the series, this […]
UFO was a British SF series set in the near future: 1980. The Earth is under attack from […]
U.S. News has a fascinating interview of historian Scott Kirsch about his book, Proving Grounds: Project Plowshare and […]
Including Russ Meyer, Belle de Jour, Barbarella, some Polanski and Truffaut, etc. Via Campheatwole.
Classics and B movies. Via Bello Pubico.
There’re some gems here. Via Campheatwole.
This collection is one of the best i’ve seen on flickr so far. The author took photographies of […]
70’s commercial for the Dodge Charger 500. Via blography.
I can’t stand the sight of blows or blood and i don’t understand why i’ve got such a […]
i have a confession to make: i don’t like Christmas. Never did. When i was a kid i […]
Enjoy a 1964 Mexican horror masterpiece… if you dare to go beyond the title. Via Screenhead. Apparently, there’s […]
Andy Rosen was a rock photographer in London 1976-1984. His pics have been stored since the Punk Days. […]
The Snow Cruiser was designed in 1939 as the ultimate on-ice vehicle (see details). But once on the […]
A collection complete with spoons, fountains, topettes, lithos, postcards, etc. Via Vintage ads.
Charles Booth‘s Descriptive Maps of London poverty (1889) Via archinect he Guardian book-review of atlases and its gallery […]
Oooooh! M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder / M / M la Maudit / Il mostro di […]
Mp3s of radio promos for sexploitation movies. Via sexblo.gs.
An encyclopedia of fireproof fakirs, musical contorsionists, anatomical wonder, bearded ladies, etc. Most of the time, you only […]
Only the trailer of the 1958 movie but it’s free to download from Internet Archives. Via el pez.
Vintage Physique Photography. Includes Spartan of Hollywood. Via Happy Palace. Don’t miss this magnificent cover staring Arnold the […]
ostmoderne documents buildings from the post-war socialist era still largely unknown in the west and widely regarded as […]
Flip books. Tons of flipbooks. Via A best truth.