On the anniversary of the enactment of the 1900 law that provided a government for the territory of Hawaii, we present a number of color photographs from 1959, the year Hawaii officially became America’s 50th state.
(Ralph Crane—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Puce Moment, directed by Kenneth Anger, 1949“Puce Women was my love affair with Hollywood…with all the great goddesses of the silent screen. They were to be filmed in their homes; I was, in effect, filming ghosts” — Kenneth Anger
Meredith Frampton - Marguerite Kelsey (1928)
Felix Man - The Lights Go Up In London (1945)
Mariana Pacho López’s photographs toe the line between natural and artificial.
— Buzz Aldrin’s first words when he joined Neil Armstrong on the surface of the moon. (via mythologyofblue)