so old so hot

celebrating the beauty of aging gracefully

backstoryradio:

That jaw! Those eyes! That hair! If the $10 bill is anything to go by, Alexander Hamilton was one of our handsomest Founding Fathers. But Hamilton’s had a bit of help over the years from artists at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing – resulting in a “Hollywoodized” Hamilton, as biographer Ron Chernow labeled it. In 2010, Newsweek even asked a plastic surgeon to give his assessment of the rather substantial changes in Hamilton’s portrait from the 1914 version (at left), to the redesign in 2000 (center), and the updated 2005 $10 bill (at right). Hotness definitely INCREASING! 

Is this a little institutional bias toward the first Secretary of the Treasury, perhaps? Just something we’re thinking about as we work on our history of money show!

(via 99percentinvisible)

63words:

foxwithsocks:

Joe Biden is just making the rest of us look so bad. Fuck.

meeeee-ow
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63words:

foxwithsocks:

Joe Biden is just making the rest of us look so bad. Fuck.

meeeee-ow

sophistae:

Sandro Botticelli, Mary With the Child and Singing Angels (detail), 1477

sophistae:

Sandro Botticelli, Mary With the Child and Singing Angels (detail), 1477

(Source: sforzinda, via overwroughtamerica)

illumanu:

16th century (ca. 1540), Italian
detail from a portrait of a woman with a little boy by Agnolo Bronzino
Washington, National Gallery of Art
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illumanu:

16th century (ca. 1540), Italian

detail from a portrait of a woman with a little boy by Agnolo Bronzino

Washington, National Gallery of Art

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source 2

kthread:

sorryfeminists:

SWAGGER. #sorryfeminists

SWAG.

kthread:

sorryfeminists:

SWAGGER. #sorryfeminists

SWAG.

acehotel:

We miss these chops something fierce.

acehotel:

We miss these chops something fierce.

oldhollywood:

Gregory Peck on the set of I Walk the Line (1970, dir. John Frankenheimer) Photographer: Dennis Stock (via)
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oldhollywood:

Gregory Peck on the set of I Walk the Line (1970, dir. John Frankenheimer) Photographer: Dennis Stock (via)

and she just keeps on getting more beautiful with age. check it.

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