These Vintage Dolls Are So Creepy They Will Give You Actual Chills

They say people who're afraid of dolls are idiots. They say coulrophobia is a joke. They say horror movies are not scary at all. If...

10 Rare Pictures of Robert Rauschenberg on His Birthday

Robert Rauschenberg, self-portrait with his work Navigator, 1962 (Photo: © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation) - Robert Rauschenberg was born on October 22, 1925. He is considered to...

The 14 Hairstyles that Changed the Fashion World

1. Louise Brooks Louise Brooks created a hair craze with her short bob and  blunt bangs that was copied by other celebrities of her time...

Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Her beauty and elegance in 20 pictures

Jacqueline Lee "Jackie" (Bouvier) Kennedy Onassis born in July 28, 1929, was the First Lady of the United States from 1961 to 1963, as the...

Rare Vintage Photos Of Kurt Cobain & Courtney Love On Their Wedding Day In...

by Maria Sofou The marriage of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love was the exact opposite of the fabulous, celebrity wedding: with no paparazzi, no security...

George Harrison’s Cool Fisheye Selfies in India, 1966

George Harrison and his wife Pattie flew from London to Bombay (Mumbai), India in September 1966. The Beatle wanted to visit Bombay to take...

18 Vintage Photos Capture The Iconic Androgynous Style of David Bowie

The Man Who Sold The World (1972) by Jonathan Stone When David Bowie created this alter ego, Ziggy Stardust, no one could guess how crucial that...

Intimate Snapshots of America’s Greatest Artists Published in a New Photo Book

Yoko Ono, John Lennon, and Andy Warhol, June 5, 1971. Photograph by David Bourdon, David Bourdon papers.   Craig Davies for Art-Sheep For Artists Unframed: Snapshots from...

Kim Zier’s Breathtaking Shots Of Abandoned Places

That's a brave thing to do . I know for sure i couldn't do it !   Based in Monroe Township, New Jersey, Kim Zier is...

Walter Chandoha Godfather of Feline Photography

His compassion can be felt in each and every frame.   In 1949 Walter Chandoha's encounter with a stray kitten blossomed into a career that elevated feline...

Photos of the Most Famous Bond Girls Then and Now

Honey Ryder, “Dr. No” (1962). Played by Ursula Andress. Melissa Faithful for Art-Sheep From Ursula Andress to Denise Richards, Bond girls have always been every man's fantasy...

Nicholas II: A full wardrobe in a corrupting Russia

Because whoever said fashion is only for women in the 20th century, should really check again. However, what's the story behind Nicholas II's wardrobe? Text:...

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