John Lennon’s face, in edible form.
John, Paul, George, and Ringo – all the fascinating facts you need in one place.
Not only did this actually happen, but you can listen to it right now.
With Marilyn Monroe and Bruce Lee, no less.
Cheyenne Randall’s Shopped Tattoos Tumblr turns classic celebrity photos into inked masterpieces.
Time to find out if you’re a young Paul, a psychedelic John, a hippie George, or…y’know, a Ringo.
They weren’t just the greatest band of all time, they were also the greatest band ever when it came to saucy comebacks.
Plus 14 facts you didn’t know about Die Hard, 12 chic winter leggings, and a history of how American conservatives unsuccessfully tried to ruin Nelson Mandela.
He was only kinda “meh” on the Fab Four, really.
Because you deserve to know everything about this rock legend on the day of his 73rd birthday!
Just a warning, but the story behind the “egg man” line in “I Am the Walrus” is kinda gross.
The singer performed Lennon’s “Imagine” on Saturday night in Central Park, mere blocks from where John Lennon lived and was shot.
Because sometimes, all you need is LOLz.
Get in touch with your mop-top alter ego.
Officially one of the coolest photos ever.
Did you know John Lennon co-wrote one of his biggest hits?
Because everything is better with glitter. Everything.
A look back at an epic year that gave us Twister, Star Trek, The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds and an escalating war in Vietnam.
When you are a Beatle, life is AWESOME.
When your ability to make arts & crafts doesn’t exactly match your obsessive fandom. Happy nightmares!
Catch a glimpse of the Fab Four laying down “I’ve Got A Feeling” in 1969.
Some say it’s better to burn out than fade away. But what if these stars had stayed around just a little bit longer?
John Lennon’s wife tweeted this picture yesterday in an effort to fight gun violence.
The new iMadeFace app, available in the Apple Store, helps turn you into a cartoon. And of course, the internet is already on the celebrity fan art.
This gets really, really trippy by the time “Glass Onion” begins.
The industry loves to make them; their impact isn’t clear.
It ran in 1981, shortly after John Lennon was murdered.
Classic Rock ‘N’ Roll used to rule the strip. And record company’s used to spend a lot of money on spectacular billboards.
Colombian drug lord Carlos Lehder commissioned this statue of a nude Lennon wearing a Nazi helmet and carrying a guitar. Oh, and there’s a huge hole in his chest, just to make it extra tasteless.