Tea-Cup Fortune Telling. The Signs Illustrated and Simply Explained
Charles Gustavus Walline (1873 - 1943), a worker at Chattanooga, Tennessee, department store D.B. Lovemans & Co. (1875 - 1988), took photographs of his colleagues on their lunch breaks sometime between 1898 and 1900.
Shopping for gifts in 1910 New York
Designed by London-based photographer Cameron Baxter A Comprehensive Guide To Navigating Parallel Dimensions is a lovely bought of retro-themed fakery...
Sam Barsky makes sweaters of places and then takes pictures of himself wearing the sweaters at those places.
"She said, 'I want to be with Carrie'. And then she was gone."
These sensational pictures of Norway before the oil boom were taken in and around Sogn og Fjordane county
"For me, drawing is sort of synonymous with thinking." - Victor A. Lundy
"New York is unsentimental. It pushes and pulls, attracts and repels. The only constant is change"
In 1926, painter Joyce Dennys (1893–1991) and writer Edmund George Valpy Knox, aka Evoe (1870 – 2 January) collaborated on A Winter Sports Alphabet.