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  • Ventriloquists and Their Dummies Posing in Creepy Vintage Photos

    Ventriloquists and Their Dummies Posing in Creepy Vintage Photos Ventriloquists are a strange bunch, to say the least. The art of ventriloquism revolves around the audience being fooled that the doll is the one who is talking when instead it’s the ventriloquists all along. Well, that’s not that easy, we have to admit. And being able […]

  • LEGO Tape Is Basically The Sum Of All Your Childhood Dreams Becoming Reality

    LEGO Tape Is Basically The Sum Of All Your Childhood Dreams Becoming Reality This LEGO tape is something we only thought possible in Sci-Fi movies, or in our childhood imagination. That was until now. Now, our childhood dreams have become reality, thanks to Nimuno Loops, the toy block tape. Through an incredibly successful IndieGoGo crowdfunding […]

  • 1970s Paris and France Seen Through A Soviet Tourist's Perspective

    1970s Paris and France Seen Through A Soviet Tourist’s Perspective

    1970s Paris and France Seen Through A Soviet Tourist’s Perspective 1970s Paris and France seen through this Soviet tourist’s perspective offers us a real glimpse of how people living in communism viewed a democratic society from almost 50 years ago. It’s like a time travelling machine for anyone passionate about vintage stuff. This photo series was […]

  • Comic Sans: The Story Behind The World's Most Hated & Beloved Font

    Comic Sans: The Story Behind The World’s Most Hated & Beloved Font

    Comic Sans: The Story Behind The World’s Most Hated & Beloved Font Comic Sans is, without a doubt, the world’s most hated and beloved font. Yes, it’s extremely hard to define this font, and almost nobody knows what to think about it. While most people today hate it, and consider it to be a design […]

  • Hollywood’s Golden Age Beauties In Color

    Hollywood’s Golden Age Beauties In Color The Golden Age of Hollywood started as early as the 1930’s and soon became one of the most viable and profitable businesses in America. Back in those days, people were going to the movies at least once a week. As the technology got better, the movie industry was able to […]

  • Superheroes & Villains as 16th Century Paintings

    Superheroes & Villains as 16th Century Paintings Superheroes and by extensions, villains, can trace their origins as way back as 1899. But the framework of these kinds of superheroes can be placed on such folkloric characters such as Robin Hood, who sported distinctive clothing and was noted for his good deeds for the community. Then, […]

  • Everyday Life in Spain During The 1950s Captured In Color Photographs

    Everyday Life in Spain During The 1950s Captured In Color Photographs

    Everyday Life in Spain During The 1950s Captured In Color Photographs These stunning color photographs offer us a glimpse of how everyday life in Spain during the 1950s was actually like. 28 beautiful photos show us the beauty of people’s lives from over half a century ago, when life was definitely harder than it is […]

  • Abstract Seinfeld Oil Paintings Are Exactly What Your Walls Need

    Abstract Seinfeld Oil Paintings Are Exactly What Your Walls Need These abstract Seinfeld oil paintings by incredibly talented artist Morgan Blair are exactly what your walls need! It really doesn’t matter if you want them for your home, your office, or as a gift to a close friend, because you really can’t go wrong with […]

  • 1800s Portraits Of Men Embracing Each Other

    1800s Portraits Of Men Embracing Each Other

    1800s Portraits Of Men Embracing Each Other These 1800s portraits of men embracing each other are a whole lot more intimate that one would imagine for photographs taken during the Victorian era. While there’s nothing shocking to the eye based on today’s standards, you can only imagine the reactions these photos got back then. The […]

  • Stanley Kubrick's NYC Subway Photo Series From 1946

    Stanley Kubrick’s NYC Subway Photo Series From 1946

    Stanley Kubrick’s NYC Subway Photo Series From 1946 Stanley Kubrick’s NYC subway photo series from 1946 is a dystopian walk back in time which makes us look at the Big Apple in a totally different light. Stanley Kubrick took these photos many years before becoming a movie director, the profession that got him international fame […]