urhajos:

Budi Kwan
lemaster:

23/7/14
sierenirak:

oldchum:

Parures Africaines
nemfrog:

Our Earth is peppered with some 20,000 tons of stardust a year. Scanned from Wonderland of Science. 1930s.
freakyfauna:

Remojadas Double-Faced, Triple-Eyed Head.
Found here.
kirgiakos:

via.magictransistor:

Joseph L. Bates. The Moon. 1860s.
justswampstuff:

German stowaway, 1911. Human scrimshaw. 
tattoohistorian:

Pre-order your copy of the forthcoming second edition of friend and colleague Amelia Klem Osterud’s fabulous book, The Tattooed Lady: A History, to find out more about this image: amzn.com/1589799968
humanoidhistory:

A vintage look inside the Earth from 1953’s World Geo-graphic Atlas, edited and designed by Herbert Bayer, published for Containter Corporation of America. Original caption reads: “Outer crust of sedimentary layers and solidified granites 30 miles dep. At 40 miles, maybe layer of basaltic glass. Various layers with abrupt structural changes follow. Core of about 2,000 miles radius, assumed to be of molten metallic iron. All global concepts are still weighed by hypothesis.” (David Rumsey Map Collection)
neultrazine:

Sam Woods
Mestre Pastinha