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‘The World of Tomorrow': Scenes From the 1939 New York World’s Fair | LIFE.com

'The World of Tomorrow': Scenes From the 1939 New York World's Fair

Photos from the colossal 1939 New York expo that had the optimism and audacity to tackle a theme as huge as humanity's future.

Retro Futurism Ad from Hughes Industries, Rocketing into the Future,1939 New York World's Fair.

The movie “The Rocketeer” captured a fair bit of the art deco design ethic in props and sets. Some of that revolved around a “Cirrus rocketpack (actually a jetpack) designed by Howard Hughes and intended to be unveiled at the 1939 World’s Fair.

An undersea dwelling of the future, from GM’s Futurama II at the 1964 World’s Fair,

An undersea dwelling of the future, from GMs Futurama II at the 1964 Worlds Fair,

Casa submarina en la Feria Mundial de Nueva York de 1964

La guerra de dos mundos

Retro-Future | I n f o r m a t i o n 2 S h a r e

Retro-Future

concept proposed by Popular Science magazine for the World's Fair in 1939

15 Gorgeous Retro-Future Photos From The 1964 World's Fair

15 Gorgeous Retro-Future Photos From The 1964 World's Fair

A streamlined and modernist look at the attractions and Futurama-inspired architecture that graced the 1939 - 1940 New York World's Fair. Andre Durenceau Art.

Publicity for The New York World's Fair Artist: Andre Durenceau Date: 1939 Medium: Gouache on illustration board

Elektro and Sparko by Westinghouse 1939 | Retronaut

1940 Westinghouse engineer J. Barnett feeds a hot dog to Sparko

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