Remember the days before modern technology, endless Netflix streaming, and social distancing? Our pace of life used to be very different from how it is today, and we wanted to take a look at how it was in the age before smartphones. We take a peek inside the workplaces, public spaces, and nightlife hot zones that memories were made of. Take a look at our handpicked selection of the best color photos that capture those forgotten moments. Just try not to lose yourself in the past!
The true story of what happened to the RMS Titanic is as extraordinary as it is emotional, and familiar to most of us through the epic 1997 film. It was on April 15th of 1912 that the British passenger liner sank in the North Atlantic Ocean after hitting an iceberg. Real photos of the actual passenger liner, its rooms, and the people on board the ship have been colorized for us to really get a sense of what it was like. Now more than ever, the legendary Titanic has been brought to life through these edits, and the results are more moving than you might expect.
Remember the age of spandex, that glorious bygone era where fitness gurus seemed to be popping out the woodwork? Do you miss it? If you do, or if you don't but your curiosity is getting the best of you, then join us for a blast back to the 1980s. In this article, we go back in time and remind you of all the biggest fitness stars and personalities of the decade. Then, hold on as we jump back to the present to have at look at them today.
The iconic smiley face. Have you ever sat and thought to yourself, who created the smiley face? No, right? Don't worry, not many people have. Well, there once was a very creative person who decided people needed a little something to encourage good morale. Did it work? Were his efforts worth it all?
There's nothing like looking through old photos to rekindle all those fond Christmas memories. Considered to be the most magical time of year, we gather with our loved ones to enjoy some quality time, good food, and gifts. But how were we celebrating before smart TVs and Alexa? Take a look at vintage photos of how we used to enjoy the Yuletide season. Without the distraction of modern technology, we're seeing if Christmas past is beyond comparison to today's world.
Kathrine Switzer is a hero of the women’s rights movement. In 1967 she completed the Boston marathon which, at the time, was forbidden to women. The exclusion of her gender was not enough to keep her off the track and today she is a symbol of woman strength. Switzer serves as a role model for all female athletes that are told they’re just not good enough.
Today, Puma and Adidas are still two of the most successful sports apparel and footwear name brands that exist worldwide. What most people don't know, however, is that these two leading companies, worn both by professional players and amateur athletes alike, began as a result of an epic family feud. Brothers, Adolf and Rudolf Dassler once worked side by side, making their shoe business dreams come true together. However, a sibling miscommunication soon changed everything and Puma and Adidas were born.