liquidnight:

Eugene de Salignac
Brooklyn Bridge, showing painters on suspenders, October 7, 1914
From New York Rises: Photographs by Eugene de Salignac

liquidnight:

Eugene de Salignac

Brooklyn Bridge, showing painters on suspenders, October 7, 1914

From New York Rises: Photographs by Eugene de Salignac

peth:

Back to work, alone in the office. #2015 #work

peth:

Back to work, alone in the office. #2015 #work

Sketch McGinnes29 (by uk vintage)
Work sketch by Robert McGinnis

Sketch McGinnes29 (by uk vintage)

Work sketch by Robert McGinnis

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1860-80’s, [carte de visite, portrait of a mutton chopped luthier working on a violin]
via Macrafly, Curated Historic Photography

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1860-80’s, [carte de visite, portrait of a mutton chopped luthier working on a violin]

via Macrafly, Curated Historic Photography

(via Skillet Dinner: 1942 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

March 1942. “Jewel Mazique cooking dinner after a hard day’s work in the Library of Congress.” Large-format negative by John Collier for the Office of War Information. View full size.

(via Skillet Dinner: 1942 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

March 1942. “Jewel Mazique cooking dinner after a hard day’s work in the Library of Congress.” Large-format negative by John Collier for the Office of War Information. View full size.

Work with a prosthetic limb in Stoickholm 1951 (by Stockholm Transport Museum Commons)
photo: Sven Goliath

Work with a prosthetic limb in Stoickholm 1951 (by Stockholm Transport Museum Commons)

photo: Sven Goliath


OH right.  I remember now.  I’ts my job

I’m always asking this…

OH right.  I remember now.  I’ts my job

I’m always asking this…

(via inter-dimensional-deactivated20)

axemansjazz:

“Is it fun chopping them up?”
GPOY

Gahan Wilson

axemansjazz:

“Is it fun chopping them up?”

GPOY

Gahan Wilson