thegilly:

Meeting the press at the Washington Coliseum, February 11, 1964.

(via fuckyeahthebeatles)

melkior:

send hELP
melkior:

send hELP
george-harrison-marwa-blues:

George Harrison visits Manhattan in September of 1963. The first Beatle to visit America and he did so very leisurely because his visit was a few months before Beatlemania would take America by storm. 
The top image Taken from George’s camera, George visits LIberty Island and stares across at the skyline of NYC. Second image is from George’s camera also and was taken when he visited the famous Empire State Building. Photos courtesy of Living In The Material World Book (Olivia Harrison)
"I’d been to America before, being the experienced Beatle that I was. I went to New York and St Louis in 1963, to look around, and to the countryside in Illinois, where my sister was living at the time. I went to record stores. I bought Booker T and the MGs’ first album, Green Onions, and I bought some Bobby Bland, all kind of things."
—-George Harrison, Anthology
george-harrison-marwa-blues:

George Harrison visits Manhattan in September of 1963. The first Beatle to visit America and he did so very leisurely because his visit was a few months before Beatlemania would take America by storm. 
The top image Taken from George’s camera, George visits LIberty Island and stares across at the skyline of NYC. Second image is from George’s camera also and was taken when he visited the famous Empire State Building. Photos courtesy of Living In The Material World Book (Olivia Harrison)
"I’d been to America before, being the experienced Beatle that I was. I went to New York and St Louis in 1963, to look around, and to the countryside in Illinois, where my sister was living at the time. I went to record stores. I bought Booker T and the MGs’ first album, Green Onions, and I bought some Bobby Bland, all kind of things."
—-George Harrison, Anthology

george-harrison-marwa-blues:

George Harrison visits Manhattan in September of 1963. The first Beatle to visit America and he did so very leisurely because his visit was a few months before Beatlemania would take America by storm. 

The top image Taken from George’s camera, George visits LIberty Island and stares across at the skyline of NYC. Second image is from George’s camera also and was taken when he visited the famous Empire State Building. Photos courtesy of Living In The Material World Book (Olivia Harrison)

"I’d been to America before, being the experienced Beatle that I was. I went to New York and St Louis in 1963, to look around, and to the countryside in Illinois, where my sister was living at the time. I went to record stores. I bought Booker T and the MGs’ first album, Green Onions, and I bought some Bobby Bland, all kind of things."

—-George Harrison, Anthology

(via fuckyeahthebeatles)

operationfailure:

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

My favorite thing is that he doesn’t telegraph it at all. He never tenses up, never flinches, just waits for the giant rat puppet being hurled through the air to take him down. Great performance.
operationfailure:

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

My favorite thing is that he doesn’t telegraph it at all. He never tenses up, never flinches, just waits for the giant rat puppet being hurled through the air to take him down. Great performance.
operationfailure:

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

My favorite thing is that he doesn’t telegraph it at all. He never tenses up, never flinches, just waits for the giant rat puppet being hurled through the air to take him down. Great performance.
operationfailure:

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

My favorite thing is that he doesn’t telegraph it at all. He never tenses up, never flinches, just waits for the giant rat puppet being hurled through the air to take him down. Great performance.

operationfailure:

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

My favorite thing is that he doesn’t telegraph it at all. He never tenses up, never flinches, just waits for the giant rat puppet being hurled through the air to take him down. Great performance.

(via hollaatkylee)

shattyice:

chimchimchurro-o:

battleroyalewith-cheese:

Why don’t dogs get to see the world too?


This dog is literally smiling.

Oh my god shattyice:

chimchimchurro-o:

battleroyalewith-cheese:

Why don’t dogs get to see the world too?


This dog is literally smiling.

Oh my god

shattyice:

chimchimchurro-o:

battleroyalewith-cheese:

Why don’t dogs get to see the world too?

This dog is literally smiling.

Oh my god

(via carlosae88)

gameraboy:

Disneyland entrance, August 1961. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog

sesamestreet:

Doin’ the Pigeon. 

439-442. Mercury Fastening His Heel-Wings by François Rude - Musée du Louvre, Paris

439-442. Mercury Fastening His Heel-Wings by François Rude - Musée du Louvre, Paris

439-442. Mercury Fastening His Heel-Wings by François Rude - Musée du Louvre, Paris

439-442. Mercury Fastening His Heel-Wings by François Rude - Musée du Louvre, Paris

439-442. Mercury Fastening His Heel-Wings by François Rude - Musée du Louvre, Paris

(via moderntrickster)

earthlycreations:

San Francisco by SamAlive
earthlycreations:

San Francisco by SamAlive
gameraboy:

"Maharajah Donald" (1947) by Carl Barks gameraboy:

"Maharajah Donald" (1947) by Carl Barks

gameraboy:

"Maharajah Donald" (1947) by Carl Barks

dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge
The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.
dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge
The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.
dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge
The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.
dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge
The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.
dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge
The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.
dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge
The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.

dellamortes:

Jim Henson’s Creature Challenge

The creature designers must re-imagine a Skeksis, the main villain of the Henson classic The Dark Crystal.

(via alvav019)

gameraboy:

Building the Jungle Cruise’s Schweitzer Falls in 1955.

(via vintagedisneyparks)