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.
Yvette Mimieux and a morlock, The Time Machine 1960
I don’t think Yvette is enjoying her Morlock shoulder massage.
Spring in your home - all year round. Detail from cover of General Electric Air-Conditioning brochure.
And this is where we keep our unruly son, Ralph.
Daiquiris & Deviled Eggs by Shag
Jim Flora cover - Park East Magazine 1953
Watched this a lot when I was a kid.
Get that, will ya?
“The Wayward Cub” - Acrylic paint on panel. 38 cm x 61 cm (15” x 24”). © Josh Agle, 2012
Printed in Look Magazine, August 10, 1965 - Kodak Ad
Office… just subtract the smile, the good looking suit, the clutter-free desk, the secretary, the steno pool and the bright and sunny office and you’ve got me today… this may be ripe for an embellishment.
Zircon crystals from the Jack Hills of Australia, like the one above, reveal that continents arose just 160 million years after our solar system formed, much earlier than previously thought (via Earth’s Oldest Crust Dates to 4.4 Billion Years Ago)
The SPADs of the Spa 3 and 73 which had both storks as emblems.
A welder works on cowls for liberty ships in California, 1942.Photograph by Acme News Pictures, Inc.
Dimetrodons by Charles R. Knight, 1942
Lost in Space poster by Ortiz
Poster by Juan Ortiz melnjuan
Elektro the robot stars as Thinko in Sex Kittens Go To College (1960)
That’s like me
Or, as we say in Germany, Der Vunders of Veeners.
Sabor the robot frightens a child in Hamburg, Germany 1952 (via)
I’m with you, kid.
Great shot of what looks like island-based Marine SPD dive bombers over the South Pacific. I wish the source had been listed.
These will clear up those traffic jams!
Remember folks… necessity is the mother of invention.
Speak roughly to your little boy
and beat him when he sneezes
he only does it to annoy
because he knows it teases.
Battlestar Galactica (1978)
I lost interest in the show when they killed off Jane Seymour.
Giorgio de Chirico, Mystery and Melancholy of a Street, 1914
Or…what about a magnet?
That would work if they had a lot of fillings.
Zookeeper Brushing Chimpanzee’s Fur, Germany, 1927
Say hello to my little friend.
Sounds like fun to me.
Debra Harry & DEVO (c.1978)
R.I.P. Bob Casale of DEVO
On the set of The War of the Gargantuas (1966)
Cape Breton Giant, Angus MacAskill, Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax NS by SwellMap on Flickr.
Alright, let’s have a BIG hand for the little lady!
Japanese Stephen Colbert?
(via noirlac noirlac)
My Dad’s plane, TBF Grumman Avenger,
accept no substitute.
Anyone know this artist?