Campbell's Soup Can 1964 by Andy Warhol
One of many pop artist Andy Warhol painted during the height of his years as one the world's most popular artists. He is also noted for his images of an electric chair, Marilyn Monroe and of American Dollar bills.
Rudolph Valentino as the Sheik
One the earliest sex symbols in the silent movie era. Rudolph Valentino became a legend. I've linked to his biography on Wikipedia if you want to read further about this silent film star who died on the 23rd of August 1926 from peritonitis. He was just 31 years old.
The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci
Much has been written about what most consider the most famous painting of all time. She has been stolen more than once. Now safe and sound in the Louvre in Paris the Mona Lisa continues to baffle her admiring audience with her enigmatic smile. In truth she is a true work of artistic genius all theories aside. And totally unforgettable.
Marilyn Monroe Photograph New York 1954
Photographed by Matty Zimmerman of the Associated Press during the filming of The Seven year Itch in New York 1954 of the tragic Marilyn Monroe. This is one of the most unforgettable and instantly recognisible images of all time.
(Snopes). Talented Commercial Illustrator Haddon Sundblom found his influences for this jolly fellow from earlier versions. He first illustrated this version of Santa in 1931.
"The vast loneliness is awe-inspiring and it makes you realize just what you have back there on Earth." - Jim Lovell Astronaut Apollo 8 Mission 1968
A view of the earth for the first time taken over the lunar landscape during the Apollo 8 Mission in 1968. It made the world realise just how small and vunerable Planet Earth really was.
This just a small selection of the list I have and not in any particular order. There are many many more I could post and will at another time. Hope you like them (or not).