fuckyeahmodernflapper:

Happy Easter!
Japanese fabric panel.

fuckyeahmodernflapper:

Happy Easter!
Japanese fabric panel.

lifeonmars70s:

Dolly Read

lifeonmars70s:

Dolly Read

design-is-fine:

Fleer’s Dubble Bubble Easter advertisement, 1953. Walter Diemer invented the pink-colored bubblegum in 1928 for Fleer Chewing Company, USA. It was the first-ever commercially (successful) sold bubble gum. 

design-is-fine:

Fleer’s Dubble Bubble Easter advertisement, 1953. Walter Diemer invented the pink-colored bubblegum in 1928 for Fleer Chewing Company, USA. It was the first-ever commercially (successful) sold bubble gum. 

universalmonsterstribute:

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

universalmonsterstribute:

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

apanelofanalysts:

June Wilkinson, Modern Man magazine, October 1965

apanelofanalysts:

June Wilkinson, Modern Man magazine, October 1965


Mr. Pink

Wicked City 1987

Wicked City 1987

honey-rider:

"In the semi-darkened office adjoining the art studio Grey Cleveland sat at his desk, dispiritedly rolling a pencil between his fingers. A strange restlessness possessed him tonight, and he sought to identify it." (first line)

honey-rider:

"In the semi-darkened office adjoining the art studio Grey Cleveland sat at his desk, dispiritedly rolling a pencil between his fingers. A strange restlessness possessed him tonight, and he sought to identify it." (first line)

shanpagnesoiree:

Brother and sister northern soul duo, Inez and Charlie Foxx

shanpagnesoiree:

Brother and sister northern soul duo, Inez and Charlie Foxx

Dafuq?

Dafuq?

nofrillsretro:

Detail from a Scandale ad proclaiming that, “Feminine Grace is in danger - Defend it with SCANDALE”. I’m not entirely sure how a transparent girdle is defending feminine grace but I’m all in favour it, regardless (see-thru underwear, not feminine grace). From Woman’s Fair, May 1940. (via Vintage Scans: Scandale Girdle)

nofrillsretro:

Detail from a Scandale ad proclaiming that, “Feminine Grace is in danger - Defend it with SCANDALE”. I’m not entirely sure how a transparent girdle is defending feminine grace but I’m all in favour it, regardless (see-thru underwear, not feminine grace). From Woman’s Fair, May 1940. (via Vintage Scans: Scandale Girdle)