It can be hard for us to imagine how much the concept of the ideal feminine body has changed throughout history, which is why this 3-minute video by Buzzfeed is so interesting. It shows how feminine body ideals have looked and evolved over the past 3,000 years.
In 1969, LIFE magazine set out to take pictures of the trends that had enthralled American youth, like hippies and disco culture. Their vibrant colors, varied materials, and casual disregard for all that was proper were all captured in these awesome photos.
Levi Bettwieser is a passionate collector of old film rolls who was lucky enough to stumble upon 31 undeveloped rolls of film full of shots taken by a single unknown World War II soldier.
LEGO buff Fithboy spent his January going through the history of the Third Reich with his beloved LEGO figurines, setting and photographing some of the most important scenes from this terrible and tumultuous historic period.
Anyone who has even a passing interest in cinema and popular culture history knows the name of iconic British actress and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn (born in 1929). Hepburn’s image is widely recognized as a perfect representation of Hollywood in the 60s and 70s, and she also is considered a fashion icon of the era.
French photographer Pierre Folk has been working on his latest project, “By the Silent Line,” since 2011, documenting the remnants of the grand Parisian railway that was abandoned more than 80 years ago. The 160-year-old, 32 km long railway, called “The Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture,” encircled Paris during the Industrial Revolution and was...
This is not a street art performance or part of a city festival - this is what the old town sector (or medina) in Chefchaouen, Morocco, has looked like every day of the year for quite a few decades. The vivid blue paint covers most of the medina's walls.
The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Releases Over 400,000 Images From Its Epic Collection To The Public Online
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the largest art museum in the U.S. and one of the most important museums in the world, just digitally released a collection of almost 400,000 pictures of works in its collection online.
Illustrator and designer Evan Lorenzen has an admirably relaxed outlook on the history of the world, which helped him put the most important events on Earth into a teeny tiny book called “The Mini Book of Major Events.”
16-Year-Old Ohio State University student Annalisa Hartlaub had a question that many of us have probably pondered at one point or another - what might she have looked like if she lived in some other decade of the past century?