24 Cool Vintage Photos That Shine Brighter Than Modern Shots

Discover the undeniable allure of old school cool with these vintage photos. They shine brighter and exude more character than most modern shots, proving that some things truly do get better with age.

“How to Selfie in 1983”

“The Paramount Pictures logo on the day it was originally painted. [1965]”

“My deaf father, hugging a speaker to his chest to feel the vibrations of music. Early 1970s.”

“My Uncle Billy just turned 90, so here’s him on his boat during the early 80’s.”

“Friend of mine told me to post here. Me in the mid 80’s.”

“My Mama circa ’83. This explains why I’m the uncoolest person ever, cos she took it all! Oh, and that bike? She built it.”

“My grandfather greeting us in one of his short films, late 1960s.”

“The Great North Dakota Blizzard of 1966”

“My dad and his beloved pet duck that he raised from an egg. 1994”

“The inventor of the super soaker c. early 1980s”

“In 1991, my Alabama school photo featured me bursting through a paper wall, on a skateboard with no back wheel, sporting what some might call a mullet.”

“My dad and friends look like the cast of Stranger Things (1982)”

“My grandfather lighting himself a cigarette in a double-exposure self-portrait (1950s)”

“Susan Kare, famous Apple artist who designed many of the fonts, icons, and images for Apple, NeXT, Microsoft, and IBM. (1980s)”

“My dad vs me. 1984 vs 2018. Chichen Itza.”

“My grandpa worked as a park ranger in Yellowstone, where he took this photo of The Three Stooges when they visited. 1969.”

“My Pops finally beating Super Mario Bros. on Christmas night, 1988. The Nintendo was a present for “me and my sister”.”

“Mother helping her son through a tough level in Super Mario Land on Gameboy from 1989.”

“My mom would always talk about how she was an editor for Tiger Beat magazine when she was a teenager in the 1960’s. She would brag about spending time with the Stones and the Beatles. We always thought she was telling tall tales. Uncovered this pic cleaning out her house last week.”

“My dad at his first job at NASA! (1986)”

“My Uncle and I playing poker. Circa 1978. RIP Uncle Burt”

“My grandparents the night they met (1970).”

“My weight lifter great grandpa holding my grandpa over his head – 1947”

“She’s in someone’s locket (1940’s)”

“My dad’s self-portrait, circa 1980”

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