Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Everybody's 1967

Actress/model Michele Carey from a June 7, 1967 issue of Everybody's Magazine, published in Australia.

Everybody's (With Disc) Australia 1967

Monday, December 17, 2007

World Famous Farmer's Market

1950s circa postcards from the World Famous Farmer's Market in Los Angeles, California.

For more amazing historical postcards, please visit the Image Archeology website!

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Bloodthirsty Child

Collier's Magazine 1951
He wants to shoot you just like the guy on TV.

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Daan Jippes

Daan Jippes is a really awesome artist whose drawings are incredibly appealing & energetic. Here are a bunch of Disney comic books from the 1980s that he did the cover art for.

Mickey Mouse Giant Album, No. 8 (1988)
Donald Duck, No. 258 (1987)
Mickey Mouse, No. 224 (1987)
Walt Disney's Comics & Stories, No. 511 (1986)
Uncle Scrooge Adventures, No. 1 (1987)
Mickey Mouse, No. 226 (1987)
Walt Disney's Comics & Stories, No. 516 (1986)
Mickey Mouse, No. 237 (1987)
Mickey Mouse, No. 239 (1987)
Walt Disney's Comics & Stories, No. 536 (1989)

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Disneyland Grad Nite 1962

This particular Grad Nite Program isn't very cool but I want to get them all up online.

Also See: Disneyland Grad Nite 1967

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Guillermo Divito

I had never heard of Guillermo Divito until joining the amazing Cartoon Retro, a website created by Shane Glines showcasing rare artwork from artists of the 30s, 40s, 50s & 60s. I absolutely LOVE this artist (even though he draws his women with really small heads).

Cartoon Retro has over one HUNDRED more scans of Divito's work (which you cannot find anywhere else on the internet) and I HIGHLY recommend signing up for a membership. The site has literally tons of artists that you have never even heard of.. and they all kick insane amounts of ass. And if you are a young budding cartoonist, then you have no choice but to sign up. I can't even begin to tell you how much Cartoon Retro has helped me improve my drawing skill.

A one months membership is a measly five dollars (you find that kind of money lying around on the sidewalk). So don't be a cheap asshole. Join Cartoon Retro TODAY!!!!

Also See: Guillermo Divito (Part 2) /
Oscar Bazaldua / ¡Historietas Perversas!

Tuesday, October 02, 2007


Suspiria is a crazy 1970s Italian horror film by director Dario Argento. It is extremely different from most other horror movies I have seen which made me really like it. It has trippy psychedelic lighting, cool compositions and uncomfortably brutal murder scenes. The location of this movie is pretty insane, as are all of the settings/locations in Dario Argento's movies. They normally take place in some ridiculously ornate theater, house or hotel.