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The Ruins of Batman’s Lair in Thailand


© Dax Ward The Batman nightclub entertainment establishment sits decaying away in the Thai coastal city of Pattaya, often associated with its notorious sex-tourism trade, though there is much more to the city than that seedy side.

Forgotten Glamour at Mermaid City


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Forgotten Glamour at Mermaid City


© the owls go Girls would come from as far as Tokyo to audition for the chance to be a Weeki Wachee mermaid in the 1960s.

It Took Guts to be the First Victorian Tattoo Queen


Maude Wagner in 1907 A pearl choker, a sequined strapless dress, and a body swallowed up in tattoos. Above the neck she’s perfectly Victorian, but the rest of her could fit right into our 21st world.

It Took Guts to be the First Victorian Tattoo Queen


Maude Wagner in 1907 A pearl choker, a sequined strapless dress, and a body swallowed up in tattoos. Above the neck she’s perfectly Victorian, but the rest of her could fit right into our 21st world.

Love at First Instagram: Tiny Envelope Paintings


@lucy_mail This is a quick one– just a “love at first instagram” kind of thing. These are the opaque watercolour or gouache paintings of Lucy Halcomb, an illustrator, graphic web designer and Brooklyn-based “pen pal”.

Stop Everything and Behold this Mini Art Deco Telephone Jukebox circa 1935


© Decophobia Isn’t she a beauty? I had one of those hallelujah moments while browsing the collectible pages of Ebay today when I came across this seldom seen “Empire State Building” jukebox circa 1935.

Stop Everything and Behold this Mini Art Deco Telephone Jukebox circa 1935


© Decophobia Isn’t she a beauty? I had one of those hallelujah moments while browsing the collectible pages of Ebay today when I came across this seldom seen “Empire State Building” jukebox circa 1935.

Love at First Instagram: Tiny Envelope Paintings


@lucy_mail This is a quick one– just a “love at first instagram” kind of thing. These are the opaque watercolour or gouache paintings of

Checking into New York’s Lost Holiday Resort


Hidden away in upstate New York, about two hours north of Manhattan, lies a forgotten holiday resort.

Checking into New York’s Lost Holiday Resort


Hidden away in upstate New York, about two hours north of Manhattan, lies a forgotten holiday resort.

Flying Water Taxis are coming to Paris this Summer


Lo and behold, flying machines straight out of a Jetsons cartoon are set to become a reality. Think Uber but as a boat which hovers above the water– so basically, a flying boat taxi, right here along the Paris Seine River..

The Wonderful Lost World of Mr. Hendy


Number 36 High Street in Hastings, England, started out its very long life as a soda-bottling shop. During the restoration of this 18th century grade II listed Georgian town house, they unearthed bullet-shaped soda bottles under the floorboards.

The Wonderful Lost World of Mr. Hendy


Number 36 High Street in Hastings, England, started out its very long life as a soda-bottling shop. During the restoration of this 18th century grade II listed Georgian town house, they unearthed bullet-shaped soda bottles under the floorboards.

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCXXVII)


1. Did you hear about the Colossal 3,000-Year-Old Statue just Discovered Under a Cairo Slum? © Getty © Getty 13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol.

New York’s Incredible Lost Rooftop Theatres


© MCNY There are some things we’ve lost that I’ll never understand. Midcentury automobile design comes to mind, as well as piano bars & cocktail lounges on our airplanes, hand-painted typography and artisanal signs lining our high streets, and now, I’ll add rooftop theatres to my list.

Mumbai’s Time Capsule Cafés


Peeling walls, chipped ceilings and old, kitschy furniture, Mumbai’s grand old Parsi cafés haven’t changed much in over 100 years. Parsi, means Persian, a once thriving community in Mumbai who emigrated to India in the 19th century avoid religious persecution in their homeland.

They Built a Luxury Marble Palace for Horses in China


When I first stumbled upon this photograph, I thought it was photoshopped, or some kind of practical joke involving horses horsing around in the lobby of a luxury hotel (see what I did there?

This Entire English Village was Evicted with 47 Days Notice and Never Allowed Back


© Juliet Crawford An eviction notice is never the kind of letter you never want to receive, but in 1943, the villagers of Imber, on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire all received the very same letter, regretting to inform them “that it is necessary to evacuate” to be “made available for training by December 17th”, giving them just 47 days to pack up their lives and “quit” Imber, never to return.

She Lied About Everything, except Marrying Wyatt Earp


A vagabond and speculated prostitute of the Wild West, nothing Josephine Earp ever did was seemingly adventurous enough even for herself.


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