Weird Early 20th Century Photos

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Dually Sinister and Playful Solarplate Etchings by Jaco Putker

When flipping through these prints by Netherlands-based printmaker Jaco Putker it's difficult to pintpoint the exact emotion one should feel, but generally, if it's somewhere between amused and terrified, that's just what the artist intends. Putker combines both digital preparation with traditional

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Historical Indulgences

ca. 1855-95, [carte de visite portrait of a baby standing kissing his reflection], Hector William Vaughn

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PS4 and Xbox One: Which console for Christmas? Choose well imageDans 24 days sounds spot, the old man all red paunchy who loves the little children come to you. Yes, I know, said like that, it's scary...

I want to make like an Ostrich...

...and bury my head deep into some ground. I am in over my head in work today, and a tad cranky. Luckily, looking at these ostriches have struck many giggle chords, which is helping. Thank you Ostriches and your funny Everything! ...Something has me thinking this guy shouldn't be grabbing an ostrich by the neck whilst riding him. If I ever rode an Ostrich I would laugh forever. I would fall off from fits of laughtermania. ...Running Ostrich, Running Freee.. .....eeek possessed albino…

Mid-Century Found Photos of People Wearing Hats - Flashbak

The hat's halcyon days are past, but a lid can signify fun, madness, belonging and rank.

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There has been snow, there has been cold, and on December 21, it will be official—as they say in Game of Thrones: "Winter is coming." And while we all have to wait until March 14th to see the season four premier, you can enjoy these animals right now: Click here to see the previous Daily…

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A fantastic photo postcard of an elegantly dressed woman riding an ostrich at the Cawston Ostrich Farm in California. Approximate size: 5.5 x 3.5 inches Circa: early 20th c. from writethisonyourheart