You can buy a new print of it at Come To Sweden.
Monster Brains: Ivar Arosenius (Swedish, 1878 - 1909)
Also see his children's book Kattresan (The Cat Journey). Be sure not to miss page 18 where a cat explodes after too much cookies and lemonade.
Let's take a look what's beyond, behind and beneath the flesh in Danish porn magazines of the 70s. Behold and be amazed by the crazy wallpapers, the psychadelic posters, the colorful carpets, the furniture, lamps and crazy kitsch accessories.
Musselsoppans Vänner: Danish 70s Interior Design Porno Style
By the way, I'd say it's "safe for work".
Yes, this is a repost from 2009. It was probably the biggest hit that Martin Klasch and my other (now neglected) blog Musselsoppans Vänner ever had. The Russian edition of Esquire contacted me to get permission to use the images. Which they did. In March 2010, I believe.
Posters from Wrong Side Of The Art!
Dracula A.D. 1972
Dracula '72 (UK) (working title)
Dracula 1972 (International: English title) (informal title)
Dracula 1972 D.C. (International: English title) (poster title)
Dracula Chases the Mini Girls (UK) (working title)
Dracula Chelsea '72 (UK) (working title)
1972: Dracula colpisce ancora! (It)
Drácula no Mundo da Mini-Saia (Br)
Dracula jagt Mini-Mädchen (BRD)
Draculan kosto (Fi)
Drakoulas 1972 (Gr)
Renamed for its French and Spanish releases because it reached theaters there one year later:
Dracula '73 (Fr)
Drácula 73 (Sp)
This is an edited repost from 2008 in honor of Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee (1922-2015).
via This isn't happiness via Movie Poster of the Week
"In 1969 Searle published a book of sketches made on location in the strip-shows and cabarets of the St Pauli district of Hamburg. The French edition had a much more eye-catching cover." (see art above and with title here)