I wish i was bored enough to make paper replicas of vintage Panasonic household appliances. PDF models available: […]
Doesn’t look extremely comfy. Another one.
I thought there might be amateurs for this out there: a tribute to Ventriloquism. Picture is Arthur Prince. […]
Papercraft toys from the LA Times’ “Junior Times” section, 1922-23. Via Papel continuo.
Some good old adventure of Rudolph Valentino. Download it for free. Check also Bibi’s box selection of silent […]
The Paul Lips’ (Dutch antique and art dealer) Robot and Space Toy Collection, Sale 5737 at Christie‘s November […]
Adult covers from what looks like a long long time ago. Via sexblo.gs.
Pinku eiga (lit. “pink film”) is a style of Japanese softcore porno movies that originated in the early […]
The Thames Estuary Army Forts, designed by Guy Maunsell, were constructed in 1942 to provide anti-aircraft fire within […]
Wild collection of uber-gross magazines. Via otomano.
By a collector of old cameras. Via Happy Palace.
Almanaques eróticos. A flickr set by Beltza Scene. Via Sexblo.gs. UPDATE: boingboing points to the fact that the […]
This one really made my day. Via del.icio.us/anne. Maybe it’s a good thing that i didn’t fulfill my […]
images, illustrations, advertising pamphlets, trade catalogs, patents, rare books and other items realted to Concealed hearing devices of […]
To the posters. Via Bedazzled.
Off the shore of Staten Island New York, a graveyard of decommissioned, scrapped, and abandoned ships. Via Las […]
Airbrush art on fairground equipment and other exquisite (!!) paraphernalia. Via wtbw.
All you ever wanted to know about them. Includes a delightful photo album, x-rays, etc. This one’s cheating, […]
A tribute to awful food. (yes, this is a cake!) Goes hand in hand with Finnish Recipe Cards […]
“Once bound by cereal boxes, held in the pages of a magazine, wrapped up in envelopes sent through […]
Awesome fotonovela. Santo: El Enmascarado de Plata. Via Higroblog.
America from the Great Depression to World War II: Color Photographs from the FSA-OWI, 1939-1945. Via happy palace.
Nagraj Vs. Shakoora The Magician, edited by Indian Raj Comics, a delirious and Bollywood-esque story. Via Papel Continuo.
Turkish movie posters. Via Bibi’s Box.
Li Zhensheng’s photographs of the Cultural Revolution, from 1964 to 1976. Also worth a look at are the […]
The iconography of San Sebastian, from the XIVth Century till now. Picture above is “Muhammad Ali as a […]
Now that Europe seems to open itself to the joys of capsule dwelling, Japan’s love affair with the […]
Packs of fags. Picture above is a packet of mythic Belgian cigs, the Royal Tigra. Via a best […]
Maybe not complete but worth a look. Via Happy Palace.
From 1895 to 1955 DeMoulin Bros. Co. produced paraphernalia, costumes, gag devices, and furniture for lodge organizations and […]
The Pachinko Hakubutsukan (Pachinko Museum, more pictures) boasts 148 machines, many of them rare and historic mementos of […]
The first recorded story of a person being shot from a cannon was in England, circa 1877. Unfortunately, […]
Photo documentation of their work from 1936 till 1980. This archive of vintage photographs shows the ingenuity of […]
The photographs can be broadly dated to the years 1922-1940. Via Jaf project.
Aerobic with Arnie, complete with god-awful music and plenty of “up-down”. Via bello pubico.
Thanks again Internet Archive: Afro Mood Burlesque, Stripper – Famous Dancers, and Stripper – Chinese Joy Dance. Via […]
Wonderful music by Miles Davis for a great movie by Louis Malle. Via Bibi’s Box.
Government posters from the golden era of poster production between the early 1950s and 1980s. Via Bibi’s Box.
28 amazing Blaxploitation radio ads. Via Bedazzled and Bello Pubico.
Radar Men from the Moon was the first serial starring Commando Cody, a civilian researcher whose mission is […]