History has never been black and white. It is full of colours, like the present and the future. Sadly, we didn’t get to see the bright colours of black and white photographs until many talented artists like Mads Madsen (aka Zuzahin), Sanna Dullaway (Sanna Dullaway) and Dana Keller (Dana Keller) restored their colours. Now these images have come to life and become more memorable.
We want to join the colorful history and show them in new guises.
Abandoned boy with toy, London, 1945
Mark Twain in the garden, circa 1900
Waldwick railway station, circa 1903
Charlie Chaplin without make-up, 1916
Al Capone’s Free Diner during the Great Depression, 1931
Marilyn Monroe in 1954 after a performance
Christmas, Glenwood, USA, circa 1949
Coney Island, USA, circa 1905
Picnic on the beach, Sarasota, USA, 1941
Anne Frank, 1942
US soldier Fred Linden with a French boy during the Battle of Normandy, 10 June 1944.
When the girls carried the ice, 1918
Abraham Lincoln, 1865