"Hand mit Ringen" (hand with rings). German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roengten made his first radiograph with the hand of his wife Anna Bertha Ludwig. This image is used under license CC BY-SA 4.0 from https://commons.wikimedia.org. (source: Wellcome Images)
People looking at thrilling things: some fans watching a rock band during the last moments of Reanimator Records. Note that no one is disturbed by the alien's public use of a comm-link. Just one of the gang.
A rare image capturing the city shifting its reality. The left side of the photo clearly shows a building's windows transforming into their new state. The intent of the change is not yet known at the time of this captioning, but many of us who have detected it are paying close attention.
Close up of a comic book image. Someone is about to lose their head via a tentacled monster. There's no devil in these details, just the understanding of how colored half-tones work together and are placed on the paper to construct something that we could perceive as scary. (Sanjulian. 1976. "Oogie: The Scroungers." Eerie 76: cover.)
International Women’s Day was instituted in commemoration of women taking to the streets of Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) on March 8, 1917, when they made economic demands and launched the Russian Revolution. Photo Credit: Fototeca-Storica-Nazionale.
Kristen Visbal’s bronze Fearless Girl, here adorned with a pussy hat, was commissioned by McCann New York for State Street Global Advisors, and placed opposite to the Charging Bull sculpture in New York's Financial District for International Women's Day.
Patricia Reed, The Uninscribed Taxonomy of that which You’ve Been Given (2010), adhesive vinyl installation, on display in the inaugural exhibition at the Museum of Capitalism, Oakland, California, August 11, 2017.