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Learn to Draw ~ Ralph Fabri via
Duxford Autumn Airshow 2006 - Spitfire Formation (di Si 558)
Lenticular Clouds, Mount Fuji, Japan | Green Blue Globe
OK, now do a search for “Dita Von Teese’.
Florence Marly (left), Dennis Hopper Queen of Blood, 1966
Detail from Chinese health poster from Shanghai, circa 1933.
Your dog controls your every thought.
Fine dining in Seattle!
Star Trek bubble gum card
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Raquel Torres - So This is Africa, 1933.
A great leap forward for friction power!
I guess she didn’t believe you.
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Hellman’s ASPIC AQUARIUM! Yes, that’s an edible Jell-O creation, folks. 1960 (via Vintage-Ads)
All that effort you put into it and nobody seems to care. *sigh*
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
The Hideous Sun Demon (1959)
The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)
I would have watched it.
Florida spaces, 1958 on Flickr.
This should be my bedroom.
This is why Burger Chef closed down. Life-sized puppets cooked the food.
'At the Peppermint Lounge' by Josh Agle (Shag) acrylic on Panel. I hadn't seen this one before. Very cool.
How appropriate that this would be my 2000th post. Thank you Tumblr for keeping track.
Dalov Ipcar Book Illustration ‘Deep Sea Farm’ 1961
This is a bigger version, but I still can’t figure out that sculpture.
1954, Making pizza
Totally drunk cooking.
THE WOLF’S DEN
2501 E. SUNRISE BLVD.
FT. LAUDERDALE FLA.
THE WOLF’S DEN
A MOST UNIQUE, INFORMAL LOUNGE
WTF is going on with that sculpture on the wall?
Belém ~ Lisbon, Portugal 1927
Lee Bontecou, Flit
(1959, welded iron, canvas, wire, velvet, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY)
Immoral Tales - The Mysterians (1957)
Giant Watermelon, 1970.
Melon Monday. The 178 lb. Hope Melon on display with Relynn Fields, Miss Watermelon of 1970. Also shown ‘Spanky’ McFarland of the Little Rascals.
Surely she meant ‘men’.
Anaheim Stadium, Concession Stands (c. 1966) via Anaheim Public Library
Looks like a bunch of FBI agents in suits trying to blend in behind that blonde.
I’m so happy that they are showing the Emma Peel Avengers now!
The Crimson Ghost (1946)
So you really think this thing will fix my face?
Alexander Pushkin Tales illustrated by Oleg Zotov, translated by Peter Tempest, Louis Zellikov and Avril Pyman (1980) (via my vintage book collection (in blog form).: In the shop…. Alexander Pushkin Tales - illustrated by Oleg Zotov)
Worst camping trip ever.