Recolored Photos from the Past
Incredible series of colorized photographs from Swedish artist Sanna Dullaway. Sanna colorized some of the world’s most famous black and white photographs of subjects ranging from Abraham Lincoln, Che Guevara, Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Anne Frank, Charlie Chaplin and many more. Click here to see the originals.
1936 photo of a poverty-stricken migrant mother by Dorothea Lange
V-J Day in Times Square
Abandoned boy after the London bombings
This burning monk set himself on fire to alarm the world of repression in Vietnam
Attack on Pearl Harbor
Playwright, novelist, poet, essayist and painter August Strindberg
Dorothy Counts was one of the first black students admitted to the Harry Harding High School, in Charlotte, NC. After four days of harassment that threatened her safety, her parents forced her to withdraw from the school.
Operation Baker nuclear explosion
Bread line during the Louisville flood, Kentucky