(via Fantasy Ink: Punch Comics)
Punch Comics #18, July 1946. 

(via Fantasy Ink: Punch Comics)

Punch Comics #18, July 1946. 

(via Karen Paulina Biswell: Hotel Dorantes | Le Journal de la Photographie)

Luz Eli is 18 years old, displaced by the conflict in her land, she has been living in Bogota for 3 years, and has 1 child, she told me that she got this tattoo on her hand because she liked the symbol, but she knew it was bad - Karen Paulina Biswell

(via Karen Paulina Biswell: Hotel Dorantes | Le Journal de la Photographie)

Luz Eli is 18 years old, displaced by the conflict in her land, she has been living in Bogota for 3 years, and has 1 child, she told me that she got this tattoo on her hand because she liked the symbol, but she knew it was bad - Karen Paulina Biswell

(via Slay, Monstrobot of the Deep!!: Squiggley Gators!!)
"Jump Off, Chimp!"…a new phrase to throw out randomly

(via Slay, Monstrobot of the Deep!!: Squiggley Gators!!)

"Jump Off, Chimp!"…a new phrase to throw out randomly

(via Chicken Fat: SUNDAY FUNNIES!!! MAD’s Howdy Doodit)
 …MAD #18 …with the cover illustrated by editor Harvey Kurtzman…

(via Chicken Fat: SUNDAY FUNNIES!!! MAD’s Howdy Doodit)

 …MAD #18 …with the cover illustrated by editor Harvey Kurtzman…