Some photographs seem to tell a hell of a story, even when we don’t know anything about them.
No matter how long you or I live, we’ll never be as cool as this man was.
This photograph of Steve McQueen and his wife, Neile Adams, is different to many of the more famous pictures of the actor.
After the popularity of last weeks post featuring an upside down Ursula Andress and an impressed looking Sean Connery we thought it was fitting to share this picture, this time with Connery upside down and Andress looking on with a slightly worried look on her face.
It’s great to see an image that’s sepia because it’s actually really old, rather than the result of some 14 year old girl’s fascination with Instagram.
This photograph of a female Lockheed employee working on the fuselage of a P-38 Lightning in California in 1944 is strangely transfixing.
There’s something timelessly appealing about Audrey Hepburn, this photograph of her is from the 1953 film “Roman Holiday”, also staring Gregory Peck.
It seems a damn shame to us that the beach races at Daytona beach no longer take place. I can hardly imagine how much fun it must have been, the corner pictured here would be a blast to ride and should you happen to fall off, you’d have some nice soft beach sand to land on.
Flat track racing is one of the most tirelessly cool Sunday activities I’ve ever encountered.
The 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has a strong following amongst modern Mustang fans, the notably different design and new engine options led to strong sales figures.
This photograph beautifully captures the sense of speed of these two motorcycle racers, they appear to be racing the same model of motorcycle although I can’t for the life of me figure out what it is.
This remarkable looking machine was built by Harlan Ramey in 1916 in Ames, Iowa. It’s based on a 1913 Harley Davidson and it appears to have a front sled added for steering and a small wooden sled added to the rear so he could carry a lady in style.