In April 1972, Cosmopolitan magazine revealed what Britain's 40 most eligible bachelors wanted in a wife...
"This is the first batch from a group of about 500 negatives that I rescued from the dumpster," says Jac Q. Lennon of these pictures taken in 1949 and 1950.
Was London grim in 1970? The city certainly wasn't as shiny and thrusting as is it today.
Andrea Mastrovito transforms old text books into striking installations.
Part of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal was the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which in 1935 created the Federal Project Number One to help artists, actors, writers, and musicians get work
“I have nothing very nice to say about myself, but one thing I know, on my honour, I’m no philistine” - Adolf Hoffmeister, 1961, lawyer, artist, politician and author of Unwilling Tourists
"Due to a long-term tradition of emigration, and changing rural demographics, there are a surprising amount of abandoned school houses in the Irish countryside
"In photography, like in all things, there are people who can see and others who cannot even look." - Felix Nadar
Libby Hall's pictures of London feature one of my favourite photos to have appeared on Flashbak.