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.
“How To Perform Strongman Stunts” by Ottley R Coulter, published in 1952. Learn how to tear a phone […]
Instruction sheets that came with Aurora monster kits from 1969 through 1975. Include the Salem Witch, the guillotine […]
Covers of Super-8 films. In german for added mystery. Via Papel Continuo.
Found it quite disturbing. Via wtbw.
This Citroen CX Penthouse prototype was introduced at the Paris Auto Salon in 1980, it came with six […]
MAMEintosh makes Macintosh®-based retro arcade gaming. Via Core77.
Inspired by Finnish architect Antti Lovag (see his own Palais Bulles) in the mid 70’s, the Bubble House […]
Collection of print soap advertisements in the USA. 1838-1998. Via Bibi’s box.
Huge and very amusing collection of antique photographs. My favourite are the “well-dressed ladies” and the “cycling photos.” […]
A golden era of romance comics? Now that’s something new to me. Via TackyTimes.
Collection of vintage comic character pinbacks -most of them used for advertising- from the 1890s to the 1950s. […]
Awesome collection. Related: Acoustic radars.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the 70’s TV series Kikaidà Zero-Wan. Monsters galore! Via Blography.
Ad*Access Project collects images and database information for over 7,000 advertisements printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and […]
Magic posters and related items from 1890 – 1930. Including The Man Who Tamed Electricity, water torture cells, […]
Book covers featuring hard-boiled detective, unlikely space-ships, Finnish lifestyle, hospital romance, beatnik shockers, barbarian heroes, and laughable monsters. […]
A Delicious Assortment of Thrift Store Cookbook. The best ideas to cook yummy TV dinners or wedding reception […]
The only advert that would make me forget that I’m a vegetarian (it works fine on firefox but […]
Berlin version of the abandonned amusement park. Thanks Uli! Related: Japanese abandonned amusement park.
Images of an abandonned amusement park in Japan. Via linkfilter.
Movie poster art with an emphasis on 1950’s science fiction. Get ready for some Horror horde of crawl-and-crush […]
Jim’s Burnt Offerings , a collection of cigarette packs, boxes, and ads. Via Blography.
Collection of vintage Swedish ads and scenes. Via Blography.
Featuring comics heroes, stars, wannabe or items you wouldn’t expect to find in kids’ books. Via RetroGrafix.
The Sixties Project, coordinated by Kali Tal, began as a collective of scholars working together on the Internet […]
Acoustic location was used during mid-WW1 for the passive detection of aircraft by picking up the noise of […]
A sample of Manhattan architectural treasures that have been demolished since the demise of Penn Station. Picture is […]
Gallery of punk flyers. Via linkfilter.
Lost and forgotten album covers found mostly in thrift stores and yard sales. Apparently, the guy who put […]
Collection of Olympics poster. This one is not for f… Torino 2006 but for my friends in mishmash […]
Determined to make their offices as efficient as those of the West, the Japanese invented a typewriter for […]
Collection of 70s and 80s electronic musical toys – mostly organs. Only electronic machines – not electric, not […]
Unrealised Moscow architecture. Via Hippoblog.
Justin Pinchot’s collection celebrates toy ray guns, their boxes and the space suits to go with. Via FutureFeeder.
A look at the world of 007 via art, from Playboy to comics and posters. Via The Apartment.
A gallery of anti-alcohol posters from soviet propaganda era. Via linkfilter.
Computer-controlled equipment is more efficient than real people on the job, fears about automation and where the word […]