The World In The 1890s Through 12 Glorious Photos

Photochromes are vibrant and nuanced prints hand-colored from black-and-white negatives. Created using a process pioneered in the 1880s, these images offer a fascinating insight into the world when color photography was still in its infancy.

Women in Algeria, 1899

Photochrome is a method of producing colored images from black-and-white negatives, allowing color pictures to be created before color photography became available. The process was developed in the 1880s by the Swiss chemist Hans Jakob Schmid. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates One Glorious Poster For Each Part Of The New Twin Peaks Every Week

In May 2017, illustrator Cristiano Siqueira took it upon himself to create one poster for every Part of Twin Peaks: The Return. Continue reading »

A Photographer Took Glorious Colour Photographs Of London In Early 1970s

All we know about these fascinating photos of London in 1972 is that they were more than likely taken by an American tourist. Continue reading »

Glorious Pieces Of Handwriting In The Most Unusual Places

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Beauty can be found in the most unexpected places. Here: this perfectly written name on a coffee cup. Continue reading »

Glorious Photos Of Cuban Ballet Dancers Taking To The Streets

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Over the last two years, Omar Robles has dedicated his work to photographing ballet dancers in creative urban settings. He’s shot portraits all over the world, but something about the possibilities of shooting the world of Cuban ballet dancers fascinated him. Continue reading »