Artist Colorizes Black and White Pictures of Famous People and It’s Breathtaking
There were no colored pictures until the 1970s and, therefore, we often see black and white photographs of history before that time. However, the technology today can make anything possible, from high-quality colored images to even 3D versions of them. Not only that but our technology today give us our only opportunity to see what the world looked in the past as well.
An Austrian photographer and digital artist, Mario Unger, decided to colorize the historical photos and the result is truly spectacular. Seeing these black and white historical photographs colorized makes it easy to imagine the part of a world that we have never even seen. It really alters our perspective of history!
Adrienne Ames (“From Hell To Heaven”, 1933)
Evelyn Nesbit CA 1900
Maud Wagner CA 190
Jerome, L.E., 1900
The Andrews Sisters
Mulberry Street, New York, 1900
Laurel Hardy, UK Tour, 1953
Texas Couple, Early 20th Century, Heavy Restoration
Walter Catty Allen CA 1900
Humphrey Bogart, “Casablanca”, 1942
East Side Jewish Market, 1895
Edmund Hillary, 1953
Walt Disney, 1931