We found a big collection of historic black and white photographs of our favorite celebrities that a group of talented artists brought them to life through color.
When we see old photos in black and white, we think of how boring our past was but we forget that life back then was experienced in the same vibrant colours that surround us today. This gallery show us the true colors of each photo thanks to a group of talented artists who did an amazing job.
Marilyn Monroe is beautiful with or without color
The artists in charge of colorizing these photos did an excellent job, and not only with the beautiful Marilyn but with the rest. And here we have Norma Jeane Baker Mortenson (Marilyn Monroe) who was one of the most famous models of history.
The magical Madison Square Garden
This photo shows us how much Madison Square Garden has changed, and this was taken in the 1900. Colors help us appreciate more all the little details, as the dresses of the ladies, the trees and even the buildings of that time.
The tenderness of Audrey Hepburn
For those who don't know anything about her, she is Audrey Hepburn, a famous British actress of the Classical Hollywood cinema. She was considered by the American Film Institute as one of the greatest females of the American cinema.
Ku Klux Klan: A shop for people of color
This photo was taken in 1939 in of the Southern United States, at that time everything was difficult for African American people, who suffered racism for several years and also the the Ku Klux Klan repression .
The Perfection of Elizabeth Taylor
The famous actress Elizabeth Taylor was photographed in 1956 during the filming of the "Giant". This famous actress is also recognized for appearing in several movies during the 60's and 70's.
World War II
Definitely the World War II left big consequence for the people who lived in Europe. In this photo, which was taken in London in 1945, here we can see how a 7 year boy sitting confused right next to his toy.