R O B O T : F U N H O U S E
All posts are from my own collection of scanned images or reblogged with the source noted.
The copyrights belong to the original artists and are not intended for commercial use.
Leather football helmet with built in glasses (1930)
I know there’s a joke that starts this way.
Calling Home On His New Carphone by paul.malon on Flickr.
186,000 miles per second? Ooh the cops won’t like that.
"Mobitel Automatic brings the convenience of the dial directly into the driver’s seat"
"Where is my red stapler?"
Time to leave town!
I saw this movie when I was about 10. This scene was the source of many nightmares!
—Flash Comics #35 (1942) by John Wentworth & Homer Fleming
The Neanderthal Man (1953)
The Paleo Workout.
Paul Klee, Dream City 1921 (via carmenlobo carmenlobo)
Tura Satana by Shag
Looks like a nice guy…
The Mysteries of the Trouble Triangle.
Blackburn Roc 1 by kitchener.lord on Flickr.
‘It’s Great to Be Alive!’ Safety Manual
Obviously the art teacher isn’t.
vintage bride of frankenstein letterhead, 1935 (frankensteinia.blogspot.com)
I need that stationary. Perfect for query letters.
Jacques-André Boiffard Masque de Carnaval, Paris 1930
I didn’t see this last week, but Richard Sala is the best. So, belated wishes.
(via Mando Maniac)
De Natura animalium, Cambrai ca. 1270.
Douai, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 711, fol. 14v
“It was a terrible, indescribable thing… a shapeless congeries of protoplasmic bubbles, faintly self-luminous, and with myriads of temporary eyes forming and un-forming as pustules of greenish light.” – H. P. Lovecraft
This is how a sewing machine works
I could watch this forever owo
Ohhh man this is FASCINATING.
now i fucking know why mine keeps jamming because the fUCKING SPINNY THING WONT GRAB THE THREAD
200 years from now people with clothing made in matter replicators will look at this and whisper magic.
There are many ways to leave your lover…
George Grosz: The Burial, 1918
(via Slay, Monstrobot of the Deep!!: Manic Labor Day Bonus—Jack Kirby’s Smallville?)
hey it’s facebook…
ask the man for ballantine ale
"You’re me, right? Or am I you?"
serve me up some of that buffet mould.
Waiting for the little critters to hatch.