Atoms and Steel
New Blog

Hey there followers. I decided to start a personal blog, so if we’re friends/mutual follows or if you like black dresses and creepy stuff, find me here: http://tasteful-ossuary.tumblr.com/
It’s brand new a basically empty but fear not, I’m working on a great queue.

europavintage:

USSR. Azerbaijan. Demolition. by Socialism Expo. on Flickr.
federer7:

"New York Styles"




Remember when union made clothing was the norm?

federer7:

"New York Styles"

Remember when union made clothing was the norm?

midcenturymodernfreak:

1958 The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium | Architect: Welton Becket

The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium was the venue for the Academy Awards from 1961 to 1968. - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

Early Minivan

1955 L’Universelle (“The Universal”) GMC concept van unveiled at the 1955 GM Motorama show. - Via

ladiesofthe60s:

Models with hair styles from the Steiner collection based on telephone headsets, 1965.



I bet I could do this with enough hairspray and bobby pins.

ladiesofthe60s:

Models with hair styles from the Steiner collection based on telephone headsets, 1965.

I bet I could do this with enough hairspray and bobby pins.

neatorino:

The Kim Sisters

(from the website above) 

[The Kim Sisters] were a South Korean trio who had a successful career in America during the 50’s and 60’s. To support their family during the Korean War, they performed songs for American GIs who then spread word of them after returning home. They were signed to a contract and went to the US, eventually performing 22 times on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Can I just add how much I love that they were successful Asian-Americans in the mid-20th century? Also I’m glad vintage style inspiration isn’t spared for Asian women!
sergei17:

60s Pop Art Furniture
(par modern_fred)




These colors are perfection

sergei17:

60s Pop Art Furniture

(par modern_fred)

These colors are perfection
bookpickings:

Our Friend The Atom

Heinz Haber

Vintage science illustrations by Disney, extolling the virtues of nuclear power

bookpickings:

Our Friend The Atom

Heinz Haber

Vintage science illustrations by Disney, extolling the virtues of nuclear power