wargasser:

Knuckleheads always make Monday mornings better! #wargasser #topdeadcenter #knucklehead #harleydavidson

wargasser:

Knuckleheads always make Monday mornings better! #wargasser #topdeadcenter #knucklehead #harleydavidson

stilespeciale:

100 year old boxing photo restored

stilespeciale:

100 year old boxing photo restored

beadorned:

Yo dawg! In case you missed the memo…@imbusy666 is the puppy portrait master. 🙏 #NYAartistinresidence #newyorkadorned

beadorned:

Yo dawg! In case you missed the memo…@imbusy666 is the puppy portrait master. 🙏 #NYAartistinresidence #newyorkadorned

undojtre:

optical-delusion:

BABY RACCOONS COVER THEIR EYES WHEN THEY GET SCARED AND OMG I JUST CANT ITS SO PRECIOUS


I want a raccoon.

undojtre:

optical-delusion:

BABY RACCOONS COVER THEIR EYES WHEN THEY GET SCARED AND OMG I JUST CANT ITS SO PRECIOUS

I want a raccoon.

1950sunlimited:

1958 DeSoto Firemite Convertible
aldenjewell

1950sunlimited:

1958 DeSoto Firemite Convertible

aldenjewell

dropboxofcuriosities:

H. Walter - Intervention chirurgicale, 1910.

dropboxofcuriosities:

H. Walter - Intervention chirurgicale, 1910.

burleskateer:

Vintage 40’s-era photo features Sherry Britton (centre) leading 8 other chorines across the stage of 'LEON and EDDIE'S' nightclub; located in NYC’s famed "Strip Alley" on 52nd Street.. Ms. Britton was a popular WW2 Pin-Up Girl, and many returning GI’s made visits to see her perform, when stopping thru New York..

burleskateer:

Vintage 40’s-era photo features Sherry Britton (centre) leading 8 other chorines across the stage of 'LEON and EDDIE'S' nightclub; located in NYC’s famed "Strip Alley" on 52nd Street.. Ms. Britton was a popular WW2 Pin-Up Girl, and many returning GI’s made visits to see her perform, when stopping thru New York..


John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990)

John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990)

1950sunlimited:

The Sputnikburger, 1957
In November of 1957, an Atlanta restaurant tried to cash in on America’s fascination with the Russian satellite, Sputnik. Their "Sputnikburger" was garnished with Russian Dressing and Caviar… a large “Satellite Olive" was peirced with three toothpicks for "antennae." from: The Century, a Chronicle of the Twentieth Century

1950sunlimited:

The Sputnikburger, 1957

In November of 1957, an Atlanta restaurant tried to cash in on America’s fascination with the Russian satellite, Sputnik. Their "Sputnikburger" was garnished with Russian Dressing and Caviar… a large “Satellite Olive" was peirced with three toothpicks for "antennae." from: The Century, a Chronicle of the Twentieth Century

beadorned:

Rumor has it @jason_vaughn_tattoos still has a spot or two left during his visit to #NewYorkAdorned in early August. That’s crazy!!! Call 212-473-0007 or email josh@nyadorned.com to get tattooed. #NYAartistinresidence

beadorned:

Rumor has it @jason_vaughn_tattoos still has a spot or two left during his visit to #NewYorkAdorned in early August. That’s crazy!!! Call 212-473-0007 or email josh@nyadorned.com to get tattooed. #NYAartistinresidence

"A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know." - Diane Arbus

updownsmilefrown:

New York teens ready for a rock and roll concert, 1957

updownsmilefrown:

New York teens ready for a rock and roll concert, 1957

malformalady:

Timothy Clark Smith’s grave in New Haven’s Evergreen Cemetery. Smith was a 19th century doctor with an incurable fear, taphephobia — defined as an irrationally morbid fear of being buried alive. Fear of being buried alive was elaborated to the extent that those who could afford it would make all sorts of arrangements for the construction of a “safety coffin”, or other safety measures to put in place. Dr. Smith was buried in a specially prepared grave with his face positioned beneath a cement tube that leads to the surface. The 6ft tube ended at a piece of 14×14 inch plate glass allowing Tim to gaze upward towards the Vermont skies in the event that he was buried alive. For extra protection, a bell was supposedly placed in his hands that he could ring in case he woke up.
Photo credit  (top)Geoff Howard, (bottom)LINK

malformalady:

Timothy Clark Smith’s grave in New Haven’s Evergreen Cemetery. Smith was a 19th century doctor with an incurable fear, taphephobia — defined as an irrationally morbid fear of being buried alive. Fear of being buried alive was elaborated to the extent that those who could afford it would make all sorts of arrangements for the construction of a “safety coffin”, or other safety measures to put in place. Dr. Smith was buried in a specially prepared grave with his face positioned beneath a cement tube that leads to the surface. The 6ft tube ended at a piece of 14×14 inch plate glass allowing Tim to gaze upward towards the Vermont skies in the event that he was buried alive. For extra protection, a bell was supposedly placed in his hands that he could ring in case he woke up.

Photo credit  (top)Geoff Howard, (bottom)LINK