1. An Upcycled Wine Barrel
Coopered cabin near Luleå, Sweden. It’s made from a barrel once used to carry wine on a ship many years ago. Found on Cabin P0rn
2. Rarely seen photographs of Marilyn Monroe
3. Handmade Vintage Globes
Artwork is hand-cut, decoupaged on, and then finished. Most designs can be recreated in different sizes and using different color palletes upon request. Custom commissions are also welcomed and are the best way to bring your own ImagineNations™ to life.
4. Flying Coach on a Jumbo 747 in 1970
Why isn’t flying economy class like this anymore?! found here.
5. In Australia, Burger King is called Hungry Jack’s. (Mind Blown)
6. A restored Sinclair Vintage Gas station
In South Fort Worth, Texas, vintage enthusiast and photographer Jon Williamson came across a fully restored Sinclair gas station, complete with vintage pumps and a dinosaur on the roof. The office was also filled with memorabilia. If you want to visit the station yourself you can find it here.
7. A Frozen Lighthouse
Ice formed on the St. Joseph, Michigan lighthouse and catwalk during a winter storm that churned up Lake Michigan and created 20 foot waves. The ice apparently broke the “hand rail” cables on the catwalk, and they are drooping down with tons of ice. – Frozen World photographed by Tom Gill
8. La Gazelle D’Or, Morocco
9. In Memory of Little Joe
19th century coal miners would traditionally take canaries in cages down into the mine with them. The birds would act as an early warning system for carbon monoxide gas. When the canary stopped singing the miner would know that he had to escape the chamber he was in.” “This particular yellow canary was obviously a favoured pet as well as a working bird. Inscribed with the legend : ‘In Memory of Little Joe. Died November 3rd 1875. Aged 3 Years
Found on the Unnaturalist
10. Myriam Dion
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11. A matchbox candle holder
$23 on The Fancy
12. The 1940s – from the Decades Series
13. Rejection Letters
from the highly entertaining @JamieDMJ
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