We’re on to you.
We’re on to you.
So many years. So many curves to pour.
In one handy infographic.
Watch this and be pleased as punch.
As close as you’ll get to the world of Game Of Thrones. Considering the high mortality rate, that’s probably for the best.
Watch an exclusive clip from the upcoming “Reaching For The Moon” and peek into the true love story of poet Elizabeth Bishop and architect Lota De Macedo Soares.
This includes Michael Fish wearing an array of spectacular jumpers.
These early animations have been digitized by Richard Balzer, offering an intriguing insight into the nineteenth century mind.
Contains no Alanis.
Over $96,178,668 of beer is served every day. That’s a hell of a lot of beer.
All right, ladies, collaborate and listen.
There’s no way this stuff really happened in the manner that it did. AND YET IT DID.
The amount of ornate detail practically begs for these to become reality. Designer Nick Adelman challenged himself to encompass different cultures’ art in a fashion medium.
History has its merits.
In 1955, a group of eight women founded a secret club which would become the first lesbian civil rights organization in the U.S.
The subreddit “Colorized History” has an awesome collection of historical images colorized by Reddit users.
These will make you fall in love with Paris even more.
They weren’t as dour as you think.
The past is doomed to be hilarious.
It’s not just any bun.
August 1, 2013. History made.
Feel free to fan yourself with your powdered wig.
Zebras on the streets of Brixton, and other oddities. Curated for Buzzfeed by Retronaut.
Brompton Road tube station is up for sale.
Dorothy Wilde was often described as a gutsy femme fatale. She led a life with enough adventure to pack one of her uncle’s novels.
A little liberté, égalité, and fraternité in honor of Bastille Day on July 14. A few oddities to remind you that the French Revolution was ridiculously awesome.
There’s still a lot of work to do, of course, but these people have done more than their share.
Maybe Napoleon didn’t have a Napoleon complex after all. And a vomitorium is a what now?