Lesbian Lust

Secret Polaroid

Carlo Mollino was a very creative person. Iโ€™ve posted many of his secret polaroids and some of the story of his life here over the years. In the last years of his life (between 1965 and 1973) he designed the two buildings that made him famous: the Camera di Commercio building and the Teatro Regio Torino (Regio Theater), both in Turin, Italy.

Vintage Pin-Up

Greta Thyssen in Los Angeles in 1956.
Greta was a Danish film actress and former model, long-resident in the United States and was Marylin Monroe’s double in Bus Stop.
She acted in TV shows (Dragnet, Perry Mason & others) but is probably best remembered for her appearances in Three Stooges films. She died this year, aged 90.

Vintage Pose

Zoltan Glass was dismissed, in 1936, from the newspaper Berliner Tageblatt due to his Jewish ancestry. In 1938 he fled Germany, with his negatives to London where he worked as a fashion photographer. He died in 1982

The Family

The Family that slays together stays together! by Tom Sutton. Sutton was an American comic book artist who sometimes used the pseudonyms Sean Todd and Dementia.

Erotic Circus

Ab Fab Wisdom

Double Life

Bettie Page photographed by Harold Lloyd
The greatest comedian of the silent era, Harold Lloyd was also a passionate 3-D photographer, and few Hollywood stars of the Fifties escaped his double lenses. By the time he died in 1971, aged 77, Lloyd had amassed nearly 300,000 slides. (Read more)


Flashing at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival by Helmut Newton, of course.