Steven Strelan

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"Were you admiring my beads?" | solar-aestheticss: Gaston de Latenay

Real Bronx Betty

Sixties fashion shoot at Disneyland<p>Meta:<p>Yes...I'm really from NYC. OK?<br>Please note: I don't own any of these images unless otherwise stated. I am also …

"Were you admiring my beads?" | hipinuff: Henri Provensal (French: 1868-1934),...


Throwback Thursday: Intricately Designed Victorian Calling Cards of the 1800's

It's shocking how far communication has come since, let's say, the 1800's. What is now a quick text (or even more succinct emoji) was once a …

A Red Tide Coming

Beautifully Designed Movie Theaters in Golden California

<b>The Fox Theater I, Oakland</b><br>New York-based French photographer Franck Bohbot traveled to California to spotlight the most amazing movie theaters, big and small, as an homage to the history of film in his series titled <i>Cinema</i>. He captures the grandiose scale of some exquisitely designed theaters as …


<b>Giuseppe Abbati</b>: Country Road with Cypresses (c.1860)

Hollywood Confidential

The revolutionary Soviet silent-era film posters of the Sternberg Brothers

<i>“Of all arts, for us cinema is the most important.”</i>—Lenin, 1919<p>An exhibition of Soviet silent-era film posters now underway at London’s Gallery for …


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#TateCaption time! What IS she thinking?

No You Shut Up: Photo

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Caravaggio - 79 paintings

Michelangelo Merisi (Michele Angelo Merigi or Amerighi) da Caravaggio (/ˌkærəˈvædʒioʊ/, US: /-ˈvɑːdʒ-/; Italian pronunciation: [mikeˈlandʒelo …


We Had Faces Then

Magnificent Obsession (1954)


Festival of Britain, 1951 - "prestige" poster for UK use