Retrospective 77
Films,Ceramics,Bikes,Poster,Photos,Boards,Clothing,Swag, etc.
Retrospective 77
+
prguitarman:

MY BRAIN!!
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/minimonkey/monkey-light-pro-bicycle-wheel-display-system
prguitarman:

MY BRAIN!!
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/minimonkey/monkey-light-pro-bicycle-wheel-display-system
prguitarman:

MY BRAIN!!
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/minimonkey/monkey-light-pro-bicycle-wheel-display-system
prguitarman:

MY BRAIN!!
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/minimonkey/monkey-light-pro-bicycle-wheel-display-system
prguitarman:

MY BRAIN!!
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/minimonkey/monkey-light-pro-bicycle-wheel-display-system
+
lepetit-chat:

wednesday
+
lepetit-chat:

KITTEN APPROVED
+
nevver:

Me/We
+
inspirezme:

Bright and bold concept from Teague. The Pulse bike features photo-luminescent powder coating for added visibility and safety while riding at night.

“Pulse combines the beautiful efficiency of time-tested components with features invented for the urban landscape, drawing new eyes to centuries old technology for human locomotion.
Intuitive controls borrowed from motorcycles bring safety and sophistication; a push to cancel switch controls bar-end mounted LED turn signals. A rechargeable battery bundle is mounted in the hollow steer turn, removable for charging via cell phone micro USB.”
inspirezme:

Bright and bold concept from Teague. The Pulse bike features photo-luminescent powder coating for added visibility and safety while riding at night.

“Pulse combines the beautiful efficiency of time-tested components with features invented for the urban landscape, drawing new eyes to centuries old technology for human locomotion.
Intuitive controls borrowed from motorcycles bring safety and sophistication; a push to cancel switch controls bar-end mounted LED turn signals. A rechargeable battery bundle is mounted in the hollow steer turn, removable for charging via cell phone micro USB.”
+
lunatictoons:

Sittin’ on a Backyard Fence
+
vintagegal:

James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955
+
malacanan:

TODAY IN HISTORY. In 1944, the USS Princeton is lost at the height of the Battle of Leyte Gulf—considered the largest naval battle of the Second World War.

TOP: USS Princeton burning soon after she was hit by a Japanese bomb. BOTTOM-LEFT: USS Birmingham comes alongside the burning USS Princeton to assist with fire fighting. BOTTOM-RIGHT: The USS Princeton survivors jumping from a motor whaleboat to swim to USS Cassin Young (DD-793). [img src]

Though the Battle of Leyte Gulf would eventually prove a decisive win for Allied forces, particularly in the Southeast Asian region, the USS Princeton was a considerable loss. The top photo, with the plumes of smoke rising from the carrier, remains iconic of that pivotal episode of that watershed moment in the Pacific War theater.
malacanan:

TODAY IN HISTORY. In 1944, the USS Princeton is lost at the height of the Battle of Leyte Gulf—considered the largest naval battle of the Second World War.

TOP: USS Princeton burning soon after she was hit by a Japanese bomb. BOTTOM-LEFT: USS Birmingham comes alongside the burning USS Princeton to assist with fire fighting. BOTTOM-RIGHT: The USS Princeton survivors jumping from a motor whaleboat to swim to USS Cassin Young (DD-793). [img src]

Though the Battle of Leyte Gulf would eventually prove a decisive win for Allied forces, particularly in the Southeast Asian region, the USS Princeton was a considerable loss. The top photo, with the plumes of smoke rising from the carrier, remains iconic of that pivotal episode of that watershed moment in the Pacific War theater.
malacanan:

TODAY IN HISTORY. In 1944, the USS Princeton is lost at the height of the Battle of Leyte Gulf—considered the largest naval battle of the Second World War.

TOP: USS Princeton burning soon after she was hit by a Japanese bomb. BOTTOM-LEFT: USS Birmingham comes alongside the burning USS Princeton to assist with fire fighting. BOTTOM-RIGHT: The USS Princeton survivors jumping from a motor whaleboat to swim to USS Cassin Young (DD-793). [img src]

Though the Battle of Leyte Gulf would eventually prove a decisive win for Allied forces, particularly in the Southeast Asian region, the USS Princeton was a considerable loss. The top photo, with the plumes of smoke rising from the carrier, remains iconic of that pivotal episode of that watershed moment in the Pacific War theater.
+
vintagegal:

Bettie Page photographed by Irving Klaw, 1950’s
vintagegal:

Bettie Page photographed by Irving Klaw, 1950’s
+
moretong:

“24 Solar Terms of China-Shuang Jiang”