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Caribbean Carousel - detail from 1962 BWIA brochure.
Chase H.Q., arcade.
"Chill until firm. Unmold on crisp lettuce. Then throw the whole mess in the trash."
ACTION COMICS #335 (March 1966)
Art by Al Plastino
Words by Leo Dorfman
CAPTAIN VIDEO,MASTER OF THE STRATOSPHERE (1951)
Victory over Robots!!
Quiz King of Fighters, Neo Geo.
It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958)
Learn how to become a ventriloquist
This can’t end well.
She must be British.
Looks like Uncle Fred has gotten into Mom’s closet again!
Looks nice and safe.
Statuette of a Hippopotamus, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, ca. 1981–1885 b.c.
Egyptian Middle Egypt, Meir
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.