1. Ok, lots of cute polar bears, take the tissues

    Cover of The Little Polar Bear by Rudolf Lukes, thanks to Grain Edit

    Sunday Safari – Some Like It Cold

  3. Cruises to Every Land through Every Sea brochure, 1927

    Mind Travel

    Tagged #cruise
  4. Donald Brun, Publimondial cover, 1948

    Sunday Safari - Of all the fish in the sea

    Tagged #Donald Brun
  6. Joseph Cornell, Soap Bubble Set, 1936, box construction

    Electricity and Fountains, Sealing-wax, a Smoky Flame, and Music…

  7. Tagged #bubbles
  8. turnofthecentury:

    Annette Kellerman, full-length portrait, standing on deck of ship, facing front, holding a black pug dog, c.1914 [wiki]

  9. (shakes head) just who is whom’s bitch here, son?  I wonder  -Mf


    WFMU’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Ichiban!: It’s Monster Surfing Time!


  11. Great Lakes Steamers

  12. Ayuh, these guys are all downa’gonquit now  -Mf


    Marsden Hartley, Canuck Yankee Lumberjack at Old Orchard Beach, Maine, 1940-41
    Oil on fiberboard, 40¹⁄₈ x 30 in. (101.9 x 76 cm). Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

    (via cezanne-exhibit)

  13. Points up, ahem -Mf


    Frederic Leighton, The Fisherman and the Syren (Le Pêcheur et la sirène), c. 1856-58. Oil on canvas, 66.3 x 48.7 cm. Private collection (link) (via bonjourtableau)

  14. mudwerks:

    adski_kafeteri: Christina by the boat 

    Christina by the boat by Lieutenant Colonel Mervyn O’Gorman, 1913

    Tagged #nautical art
  15. The Peter Iredale was a four-masted steel barque sailing vessel that ran ashore October 25, 1906, on the Oregon coast en route to the Columbia River. It was abandoned on Clatsop Spit near Fort Stevens in Warrenton about four miles (6 km) south of the Columbia River channel. Wreckage is still visible, making it a popular tourist attraction as one of the most accessible shipwrecks of the Graveyard of the Pacific.