Sir Charles Wheatstone presented a paper concluding that our two eyes give different views and create the illusion of depth (binocular vision)
The first cartoon was published in a newspaper - 'Max and Moritz' by Wilhelm Busch
Thomas Nast penned a portrait of Santa Claus that became the icon for the character
The name Dada came about after a meeting of poets, painters, and graphic designers at the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Germany
One of the most recognizable examples of Propaganda was published - 'I Want You for U.S. Army' - James Montgomery Flagg.
The earliest confirmed 3D film show to a paying audience, 'The Power of Love', premiered
Art Deco gets its name from the Paris exhibition 'Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Mondernas'
The Farm Security Administration took pictures to 'introduce America to Americans'
Filming for 'Theresienstadt', a Nazi propaganda film meaning to show 'how well the Jews lived under the Third Reich began filming
,The Ten Commandments' starring Charlton Heston and directed by Cecil B. DeMille was released
Miami Beach's art deco district was places on the National Register of Historic Places
The American Film Institute ranked Charlie Chaplin the 10th greatest American male screen legend of all time