The Panoramic Photograph Collection features American cityscapes, landscapes, disasters and group portraits. I liked the automobile racing and […]
The Robot by The Tornados. Via Bedazzled.
A small but fascinating collection of Soviet and Russian photography. 1890-1950. Via Bibi’s Box.
Das Kabinett des Doktor Caligari (1919 – silent, Germany) free and legal to download on Internet Archive. Via […]
Terrific video of David Hasselhoff massacring Hooked on a Feeling.
Propaganda posters from the Spanish Civil War. Via Jaf Project.
Collection of safety instructions on plane. Via blography.
In 1948, Yugoslav leader Tito broke up with Stalin and Russian films were suddenly not so popular anymore. […]
Designboom has a splendid feature on the history of the shopping cart. Including shopping cards typologies, unexpected uses […]
This looks too good to be true. Apparently, in 1909, Bela Lugosi was chosen to play Jesus Christ […]
Ed Wood’s cult film Plan 9 From Outer Space (also called “the worst movie ever made”) can be […]
Most of them are from Sweden. Can anyone tell me if a similar website exists for Liège (Belgium)? […]
Made me realize that I still don’t see much of “colored” people in glossies. Via Blography.
Good girls were usually athletic, smart women who might fall into precarious positions. Via dadanoias.
It’s menstruation time, young girl! DO clean your fingernails and wear your prettiest dress! More sound advice in […]
Collection of Soviet children’s books published in the 1920s and 30s. Via Hugo Strikes Back.
Government sponsored anti-Japanese propaganda posters during WWII in the Pacific Theater. Via el sr Garcia Hugo Strikes Back. […]
OMG! An excerpt of the 1987 Indian Superman masterpiece. Via Pixel y Dixel A Best Truth.
Go-go boot gathers people who share a common enthusiasm for women’s boots, and the women who wear them. […]
Canned meat collection. Via Blography.
Surprising fetishism: girls frolicking with balloons and inflatable toys. Via Sexblo.gs.
The ultimate in science fiction. Awesome trailer! More in Shaolin Chamber. Via Crazy Japan and Papel Continuo.
The Canadian True Crime Magazine of the 1940s and 1950s. Via Bibi’s Box.
Telephone ads through the decades. See also the Bell telephone ads gallery. Via Retrografix.
This way to the weird… Via sexblo.gs.
Derelict buildings, plants and areas from Soviet Russia. Via Blography.
Fantastic gallery of circus posters. Giant kids from the Freaks section. Don’t know where Papel Continuo finds all […]
Stars, glitter and sex. This one is Grace Jones with the “Butt Boys.” Pictures by Allan Tannenbaum. Via […]
Covers of the American pulp magazine Weird Tales from 1923 till 1943. With weird details indeed. Via Bibi’s […]
Don’t miss the Batwoman nor the Azteca lobby card list. Via Blography.
Adverts for hypnotism manuals and materials. Via Papel Continuo. my favourite along with Elastico for the Premios 20Blogs […]
This one is for my dad. I never managed to convince him that an amphicar was a must […]
Mutants, monsters, giants and aliens catching babes. Via Bibi’s Box.
The Online Physical Culture Museum and the Charles Atlas course have tons of priceless pictures of mighty men […]
Back in the heyday of the Atari 2600, several games were shipped with mini-comic books as an added […]
Once strapped around your face, the Pencil Mask (1972) transforms the head into an instrument for drawing. Rebecca […]
Excecutive Flagship, 1953: “This luxurious leviathan allows a millionaire gypsy to take his swimming pool and helicopter landing […]
Splendid collection for fans of Kung Fu. Via Crazy Japan!
Mysterious People: poltergeist girl, feral children, Russian psychic, the man with X-ray vision, etc. Via Ponchorama.