Have you ever wondered how would all of those historical black and white pictures look like if they were colorized? Well, if you’ve answered “Yes” then you came to the right place. There are a couple of communities that specialize in bringing old photos back to life, and these are the most amazing examples. Enjoy!
This historical picture was taken back in 1917 and it shows Joe “Shoeless” Jackson who was the star of the baseball team known as White Sox.
This is how London looked in 1945 after it was devastated by war.
Albert Einstein enjoying the sun and a good conversation back in 1939.
Making a living as a woman was tough in 1918.
This picture was snapped in July 1939 and it shows a young boy from the Slum Area of Baltimore.
This man is Joe “Smokey” Wood and he played for Boston Red Sox back in 1915.
The coloring on this photo is completely amazing.
Audrey Hepburn was no ordinary lady but I would’ve never guessed that she carried a baby deer with her.
Mickey Rooney definitely looked slick and handsome.
This is how Albanian soldiers were dressed back in 1918.
Ava Gardern, one of the original inspirations for pinup girls.
Just a couple of people having some fun on Hunting Beach.
I have to give it to the artist who recreated this picture because that cherry blossoms surely weren’t easy to color.
Who would’ve guessed that Stephen Colbert was such a handsome man?
The infamous Lee Harvey Oswald.
This photo was originally taken by Nina Leens for a fashion magazine cover back in 1949.
The one and only Winston Churchill. This man changed the course of history by himself.
Abraham Lincoln without his famous beard.
This patriotic man is a soldier that served in the World War II.
This is how hard making a living was back in the day. However, child labor is definitely something that should never come back.
This is how Times Square looked back in 1947. How times have changed.
Those blue eyes definitely helped Wayne Degan stand out from the rest..
A dinner party that was held at the Oscars back in 1940.
This picture shows the famous Frank Sinatra taking a call from a public phone booth.
This is how Albert Einstein would have looked in colored photos.