transistoradio:

Joseph Cornell (1903-1972), Untitled (Northern Renaissance Angel with Lute) (n.d.), collage, 17.8 x 22.9 cm. Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, USA. Via Smithsonian.

transistoradio:

Joseph Cornell (1903-1972), Untitled (Northern Renaissance Angel with Lute) (n.d.), collage, 17.8 x 22.9 cm. Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, USA. Via Smithsonian.

likeafieldmouse:

Waltercio Caldas - Como Imprimir Sombras (How to Print Shadows) (2012)

likeafieldmouse:

Waltercio Caldas - Como Imprimir Sombras (How to Print Shadows) (2012)

(Source: misterand)

cratesofvinyl:

No, din’t do this. 

cratesofvinyl:

No, din’t do this. 

(Source: modrules)

writertype:

07734

writertype:

07734

secretcinema1:

Sunday Morning, 1947, Saul Leiter

secretcinema1:

Sunday Morning, 1947, Saul Leiter

The Grateful Dead playing “Viola Lee Blues” live, George C. Scott, Julie Christie, and San Francisco in Richard Lester’s Petulia (1968)

"Rip This Joint," The Rolling Stones, Exile on Main St. (1972)

"WHAM! BAM! BIRMINGHAM!/ALABAM, DON’T GIVE A DAMN!" "LITTLE ROCK AND I’M FIT TO POP……AAAAWWWWWW, LET IT ROCK!"

lostinurbanism:

New York is Now

lostinurbanism:

New York is Now

nearlyvintage:

  Harold Ramis and Annie Potts  

nearlyvintage:

  Harold Ramis and Annie Potts  

The D.J. Battle for World Supremacy

The D.J. Battle for World Supremacy

(This article appeared in The Talk of the Town section of The New Yorker in the August 9, 1993 issue)

The hip-hop nation was in the house and was chilling patiently, even though the New Music Seminar’s D.J. Battle for World Supremacy was very late in starting. The delay probably had something to do the slow rate of ingress at the door of the Sheraton New York’s Imperial Ballroom, where extremely…

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Faye Dunaway and Jack Nicholson, 1970, by Nat Dallinger (via The Hollywood Reporter)

Faye Dunaway and Jack Nicholson, 1970, by Nat Dallinger (via The Hollywood Reporter)

Berenice Abbott, El, Second and Third Avenue lines, Bowery taken from Division St. Manhattan, April 24, 1936

Berenice Abbott, El, Second and Third Avenue lines, Bowery taken from Division St. Manhattan, April 24, 1936