All you need to do is type poolside.fm into your browser to be whisked decades back to the carefree dance days of the 1990s.
Photographer Christopher Soukup prowls the streets of San Francisco and surrounding areas at night, looking for that perfect moody shot, finding vintage and classic cars that help to set the stage for his cinematic-like photography.
If you like 70's New York grit and grime, fugetaboutit!
Vanity Fair has a great article called Swim Lessons: A Life in Pools, that dives into the subject of swimming pools throughout the ages. Inspired by a new book on the subject, the article explores the culture and storied history of pools …
Artist Guillame Chiron has a keen eye for the absurd in his collages, bringing a sense of surreal scale and humor to life.
A beautiful series of paintings by Diana Sudyka that incorporates vintage stamps into the subject matter of the art.
Fun surrealist paintings by Paco Pomet take moments from eras past, and turn them into curious moments of absurdity.
Great pop-art from Victoria Villasana uses vintage black and white photos of famous icons, and adds colorful embroidery to bring the images alive.
Explore some great examples of matchbox graphic design and packaging.
First released in 1899, “France in the Year 2000” was a series of postcards that envisioned a future one hundred years ahead. The designs and concepts are both naive and adorable, with some accurate predictions, and some very strange ideas, indeed. Artist Jean-Marc …
In honor of the olympics, some basics. How To Swim, found on vintage cigarette cards. Via Melissa Easton:
If I know anything about hipsters, it’s that they love vintage triangles. Say what? I happen to know a lot of hip, young, design-y types, and the work I see coming from them is geometric, pattern-based, and desaturated, usually with a lot …