A Collection Of Nightmarish Vintage Halloween Photos From The 1930s

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It’s a time when all things spooky, scary, and mysterious become the norm, when people embrace the darkness that we horror fans enjoy year round. And what is more iconic during Halloween than costumes? Sure, there are parties throughout the year where people get dressed up – wearing green on Saint Patrick’s Day or putting on a Santa outfit for local children around Christmas – but Halloween is the only time where your imagination can run wild and it’s seen as socially acceptable, even encouraged. h/t: vintag.es More Inspiring Stories On Design You Trust:

Rare Photographs Document Iranian Women Protest Against The Hijab Law In March 1979

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Hengameh Golestan is a pioneer among Iranian women photographers. She has been documenting live in Iran for twenty-eight years. She has photographed vast numbers of women and children, instances of family life, traditional wedding and everyday life in Iran. During the revolution, she captured moments of rebellion on the part of women. She photographed the last day for Iranian women without the hejab(veil), when group of women from every profession – nurses, students, theathers – took part in an enormous demonstration which ended with them being attacked and stabbed in the streets of Tehran. These photographs below document the day in March 1979 when more than 100,000 women gathered on the streets of Tehran to protest against the new Islamic…