You know Billy Rose, of course you do. The 'Basement Belasco'. The 'Bantum Barnum'. The 'Egregious Effendi'. The 'Little Napoleon of Showmanship'. That was the guy.
After ten years as a musician and singer the writer and photographer Thibaut Derien was tired of living in the city.
This is the first time these photographs – taken inside London’s legendary glam boutique Alkasura – have been published since they appeared in a Japanese fashion magazine in 1970
These photographs come from a lost roll of film found in an antique store in Downtown Los Angeles.
Phrenology is the study of the various bumps and lumps on the human skull that were once thought to reveal an individual's character, thoughts, and emotions.
Singer, songwriter, muse and former supermodel Grace Jones has one idea how to make the world more peaceable. She thinks all men "need to be penetrated…at least once in their lifetime.”
John Lennon was just one of a class of excited kids from Dovedale Junior School in Liverpool when these photographs were taken by teacher Fred Bolt on a trip to the Isle of Man in the summer of 1951.
Phil Munoch was just twelve years old when he wrote, directed and starred in Comedy Capers--a short Super-8 film made at his parents' home near Tower Bridge, London, in 1964.
Clavis Inferni or The Key of Hell is an eighteenth century occult book written by Cyprianus.
According to his creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes only had one real rival--the French police detective Alphonse Bertillon.