Age ain’t nothin’ but a page number.
Age ain’t nothin’ but a page number.
Tom Hussey created a series of poignant portraits.
Time is fascinating. Via Jan Langer.
Photographer Karsten Thormaehlen’s portraits make the aging process seem a whole lot cuter.
Are we really programmed to die? The biological truth of aging.
WHOA, Steve, is that you?!
What would Ashley say about her new ways?
Time marches inexorably forward. The guys at XKCD help drive home the fact we’re all going to die. Let’s go have ice cream…shots.
Even though it’s been made clear that Macaulay does not have an addiction to drugs, the progression of Macaulay Culkin from an adorable little boy to a gaunt and sickly looking man has been a shocking and depressing change.
Every week brings a slew of research aiming to shed light on how women can live their healithiest, most fulfilling lives. String some recent studies together and you get a life that looks something like this.
The contradictions older female performers face are absurd, but Lauper says to just brush it off.
After 25 years on the road veteran trucker Bill McElligott’s face shows the staggering effects of prolonged exposure to the sun. While the right side of his face looks his age (69), the left side is wrinkled and sagging from years of sun damage through the window of his truck. Note to self: Sunscreen.
Billy Idol, the maestro. Watch Video ›
0 to 100 is a new iPad app with interactive portraits of faces at every age and stage of life. From an infant to a great grandmother, you can browse people’s portraits and read their stories in brief interviews and videos. Their demo video is a lot of fun to watch and I could see myself getting hooked on the Facemaker. (via Fast Co Design) View List ›
Like a false pregnancy belly, only infinitely more depressing. This is supposed to teach sympathy for the elderly but all I’m taking away is a new phobia of aging. View Image ›
Federal prosecutors, in the upcoming perjury and obstruction of justice trial of Barry Bonds, will show these photos of the baseball star in an attempt to prove he was lying under oath about taking steroids. They span from his slender days as a college player in the early ’80s to his final professional season as a human mountain in 2007. The one of Bonds in an open bathrobe and gold chains seems to just be for fun. View List ›
A lovely graphic display of age disparity in sexual relationships. Plus offensive nicknames. View Image ›
He may be this cute, innocent Twitter trending pop artist now, but wait 20 years. Bieber will be that shady hipster living next door to your parents. View Image ›
This video originally aired on UK’s Channel 4 in 2006. So provided everyone’s still around, they’re actually aged 4 to 104 now. Just in case this video doesn’t already make you feel like you’re getting old too quickly. [UPDATE: Find your age-mate in the video and post an age-solidarity photo with them like the examples below! Do it!] Watch Video ›
Here’s a look at three iconic personalities of the 20th century if they had lived to old age. View List ›
Saoirse (pronounced Shir-sha) is the 15-year-old star of Peter Jackson’s Lovely Bones adaptation. She was also the little girl in Atonement, which will be a shocking realization once you’ve seen her latest red carpet photos. We’re talking Dakota Fanning-level transformation. Read More ›
Somewhere, Susan Sarandon is celebrating. View Image ›
Child star turned Homecoming Queen Edition! Lesson: if your kid ever stars in a movie with Tom Cruise, don’t make her walk the carpet in braces. Cruel. View List ›
To even the aging score, let us today explore the saddest of male aging phenomenons: the face puff. (This post was pretty tough for me personally—I had to spend a good 30 minutes watching Romeo + Juliet clips just to get through it.) View List ›
Five surviving munchkins from “The Wizard of Oz” sat down recently, dressed in their full munchkin garb, to sing songs and remember the glory days. They’re sweet old people! One of them fell asleep during the chat. It’s adorable. And they still watch it on DVD all the time! View Media ›
The odyssey of Tour of the Cat from bottom-level horse to stakes champion and back illustrates how many overlook their responsibility to aging animals.
Gen X is poised for a vicarious mid-life crisis as their favorite pop stars all turn 50 this year. We all know that the Rolling Stones are rockin’ their golden years. But now a new generation can lament the graying of their childhood icons. All three stars still look good, but Michael Jackson looks freakin’ AMAZING. Must be the oxygen tent and youthful lifestyle. Read More ›