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Captain America #1 (cover dated March 1941) Created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby

What’s New Pussycat (1965)

1955-Osterizer by File Photo

1955-Osterizer by File Photo
Via Flickr:

1955-Osterizer

1976-Rawhide Kid by File Photo

1976-Rawhide Kid by File Photo
Via Flickr:

1976-Rawhide Kid

gameraboy:

Captain Marvel meets the Dreadnought, 1978 ad for Hostess Fruit Pies

adelphe:

Space Family Robinson No. 14, October 1965

thevaultofretroscifi:

Bob Pepper

Jacopo BassanoThe Parable of the Sowerca. 1560Oil on canvas. 139 x 129 cmMuseo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Jacopo Bassano
The Parable of the Sower
ca. 1560
Oil on canvas. 139 x 129 cm
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Lincoln “Continental” brochure (1960)

Lincoln “Continental” brochure (1960).

johnnythehorse:

Family Boat Outing

The Manchester Academy show on 24 October will get a mix of all three of the classic albums I'll be performing in London. Might add a few from the first Tubeway Army album to all the shows as well. GN Get tickets to all shows here: http://garynuman.com/tour/

1954 Superman lunchbox

1954 Superman lunchbox

1979 Sesame Street

1979 Sesame Street

1968 Star Trek

1968 Star Trek

Scooby-Doo

Scooby-Doo

Robert MItchum rides a bike on the studio lot, c. 1962.

dailyrothko:

Mark Rothko, no4, 1964

dailyrothko:

Mark Rothko, no 5, 1954

1939 ... army from underground!

carolathhabsburg:

All in this image is awesome. 1910s.

Walt Disney’s “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs” (1937)

Walt Disney’s “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs” (1937)

The Soldier’s Return (1900)

The Soldier’s Return (1900). Marcus Stone R.A. (British, 1840-1921). Oil on canvas.

The woman sits isolated; her black dress conjures up a sense of potential mourning. She is surrounded by symbols of the passing of time; the sundial, a book, material and a sewing box, all presumably to keep her mind occupied while her soldier lover is at war. These distractions have ultimately failed however as she holds a letter close to her heart. The soldier is directed to her in a conspiratorial fashion.

Bettie Page photographed by Bunny Yeager, 1954

Bettie Page photographed by Bunny Yeager, 1954

vixensandmonsters:

pulpcovers:

superdames:

All due diligence.

—Wonder Woman #6 (1943) by William Moulton Marston & H.G. Peter