nevver:

Kim Keever

(Source: kimkeever.com)

blackandwtf:

1930s

Way before there even was such a thing as “cosplay”, and it was “just some people dressing up in costumes because it’s fun”, these gents in 1930s Serbia made a paddling of Donald Duck costumes from whatever was lying around. It’s decent handiwork for the time, but it’s a little horrifying these days.

(via iheartchaos)
blackandwtf:

1900
Five U.S. Soldiers (and boy) in a fan formation.
(via boobob92)
blackandwtf:

An American soldier at an advanced allied base with his pet kangaroo.
(via Australian War Memorial and dreams like that)
blackandwtf:

Mid 1950s
Note the cat on his lap.
From the submitter: “I hooked a coat hanger over his collar to form shoulders, and newspaper stuffed into his trousers.”
blackandwtf:

Early 1900s
A zookeeper and a young visitor with a hippopotamus at the St. Louis Zoo in the early 20th century.
blackandwtf:

1926
Dorothy Gulliver in a publicity photo for The Collegians.
(via vintagegal)