Boxcar Wild

Daredevil, cosmonaut and record-collector, always on the lookout antiquated design and photography.

Big fan of The Beatles, Victoriana, Doctor Who, Bob Dylan, New York, Manchester, World War Two, Wes Anderson, Tom Waits, 1950s kitsch, etc.
Deal with that.
nerdynakedgirls:

Maid by NancyNassarCosplay
weirdvintage:

The Zebra Striped British Transport Osterley, as she appeared in New York Harbour, decked with flags in honor of the Armistice, Nov 11, 1918 (c) Underwood & Underwood  (via shopkins-fossick)

weirdvintage:

The Zebra Striped British Transport Osterley, as she appeared in New York Harbour, decked with flags in honor of the Armistice, Nov 11, 1918 (c) Underwood & Underwood  (via shopkins-fossick)

(via weirdvintage)

(Source: afnuttall, via amyfernn)

bygoneamericana:

Screaming on the Cyclone, Coney Island, 1955.
By Harold Feinstein

bygoneamericana:

Screaming on the Cyclone, Coney Island, 1955.

By Harold Feinstein

(Source: rfotofolio.com, via oldnewyork)

"I’m so tired. I thought I just needed a night’s sleep, but it’s more than that."

(Source: microsoftmail)

“The truth of art keeps science from becoming inhuman, and the truth of science keeps art from becoming ridiculous.”

wearetrapped:

The White Stripes photographed by Annie Leibovitz in the 2000s

(Source: aninsomniacdreams, via fuckyeahjackwhite)

notpulpcovers:

Energy, pulp interior illustration

notpulpcovers:

Energy, pulp interior illustration

(Source: fineart.ha.com)

vassilisgogtzilasartist:

Tom Waits As The Devil. Acrylics on paper. 2013.

vassilisgogtzilasartist:

Tom Waits As The Devil. Acrylics on paper. 2013.

(Source: , via diamondinyourmind)

edwardianpromenade:

— Gertrude and Ursula Falke (1906), daughters of writer Gustav Falke

edwardianpromenade:

— Gertrude and Ursula Falke (1906), daughters of writer Gustav Falke

(via my-ear-trumpet)