For the scenes when we can hear Jack typing but we cannot see what he is typing, Stanley Kubrick recorded the sound of a typist actually typing the words “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. Some people argue that each key on a typewriter sounds slightly different, and Kubrick wanted to ensure authenticity, so he insisted that the actual words be typed.

(Source: latiques)


retrowunderland:

Vintage Pin Up Hairstyles

From “The Art and Craft of Hairdressing”, 

Edited version c.1958, originally published in 1931.


blutspur:

The Devil’s Pet

Sweet little kittens are transformed in a fire. Crawling from the ashes come forth grinning metallic devils with sharp claws and fire blazing in their eyes.

Thorunn Arnadottir