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Life Before Photoshop -1950

Bruce Mozert was renowned for being pretty innovative, coming up with underwater tricks to make these scenes seem as real as possible including using baking powder to create the powdery “smoke” coming out of the underwater barbecue. 

(Source: thekhooll, via giancarlomorris)

nickkahler:

Lebbeus Woods, “Photon Kite” from Centricity, 1988 (via wired)

nickkahler:

Lebbeus Woods, “Photon Kite” from Centricity, 1988 (via wired)


Underwater Nudes by Andre de Dienes, c. 1950sAlso
scandalous:

bohemea:

Christina Ricci

Fuck the Holidays

scandalous:

bohemea:

Christina Ricci

Fuck the Holidays

(via dropdead61)

noonesnemesis:

Rocket Power
Henri Cartier-Bresson
1959

noonesnemesis:

Rocket Power

Henri Cartier-Bresson

1959

supersonicelectronic:

Phil Noto.
Opening tonight (Thursday October 18th) at Bold Hype Gallery in New York is Phil Noto’s solo show, “35mm,” featuring art work based on film classics.  See more after the jump but also check out Phil’s Tumblr.
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supersonicelectronic:

Phil Noto.

Opening tonight (Thursday October 18th) at Bold Hype Gallery in New York is Phil Noto’s solo show, “35mm,” featuring art work based on film classics.  See more after the jump but also check out Phil’s Tumblr.

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(Source: supersonicart)

(Source: thorosofmyrhasmoved, via enoqi)

posthorn:

“Apocalyptic New York” by Frank R. Paul.
Cover for Feb. 1933 issue of Wonder Stories.
Via 50 Watts, which has posted a great gallery of Paul illustrations.

posthorn:

Apocalyptic New York” by Frank R. Paul.

Cover for Feb. 1933 issue of Wonder Stories.

Via 50 Watts, which has posted a great gallery of Paul illustrations.

posthorn:

S. Latitude 47°9′, W. Longitude 126°43′
By John Coulthart from his newly-released Cthulhu Calendar.

posthorn:

S. Latitude 47°9′, W. Longitude 126°43′

By John Coulthart from his newly-released Cthulhu Calendar.