THE MIND'S IMAGININGS

20 year old apprentice tailor. Works on Savile Row. Lives by the sea. Obsessed with the 1920's and 30's

the-dark-city:

"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (1931)

(Source: aint-that-a-kick)

Julien Levy, Salvador Dalì and Nude Model with Fish; 1939.Mmmmm that 30s action back

Julien Levy, Salvador Dalì and Nude Model with Fish; 1939.

Mmmmm that 30s action back

Screen from Matt Wolf’s documentary film Teenage based on Jon Savage’s book of the same title.
vintagephotolibrary:

Children from Sunderland’s School for the Blind with a selection of war souvenirs

vintagephotolibrary:

Children from Sunderland’s School for the Blind with a selection of war souvenirs

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gmgallery:

1920’s photograph taken by American artist and illustrator Charles Sheldon of a badass flapper girl on an Indian motorcycle.
http://stores.eBay.com/GrapefruitMoonGallery

gmgallery:

1920’s photograph taken by American artist and illustrator Charles Sheldon of a badass flapper girl on an Indian motorcycle.

http://stores.eBay.com/GrapefruitMoonGallery

(via notyourbatmans)

grandma-did:

One from Tomfatcat, two from my files - “JR” Studio, series 79

Flipping sweet 1930s British dance tune!

bloodedcelt:

bankston:

seventh-victim:

Men of 72 Highlanders who served in the Crimea: William Noble, Alexander Davison and John Harper.
Date1854 - 1856

………………
I would not want to tangle with those dudes.

bloodedcelt:

bankston:

seventh-victim:

Men of 72 Highlanders who served in the Crimea: William Noble, Alexander Davison and John Harper.

Date1854 - 1856

………………

I would not want to tangle with those dudes.

(Source: commons.wikimedia.org, via capnmuttonchops)

indypendent-thinking:

The picture was taken in Shropshire by Joseph Lewis della-Porta, a 25-year-old skilled photographer 125 years ago, whose family ran one of the UK’s first department stores

indypendent-thinking:

The picture was taken in Shropshire by Joseph Lewis della-Porta, a 25-year-old skilled photographer 125 years ago, whose family ran one of the UK’s first department stores

(via mrs-arlena)