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Retro Futurism At Its Best: Designs and Tutorials

Retro Futurism At Its Best: Designs and Tutorials

some day people will actually have computers in their homes. These are what the computers looked like at my dad's office when I was a little kid. Huge rooms full of row after row of these.


Me my mom and my old sister Mademoiselle, September 1965 ( mod fashion / design / astronaut / atomic age style / space age )

imaginary infrastructures

Weird Strange Odd Retro Boy with Space Age Glasses Atomic Age Design Cigarette Case or Business Card Case Wallet.

concept suit.  Looks silly now.

That's one heck of a concept design. It looks like a retro, futuristic, robot suit for the space business man. I see Mad Men in outer space!

black and white, astronaut girl  photo of the day | Design You Trust

I found this picture by Art Kane a while ago and became obsessed. It is one of the few pictures I can look at over and over. Also my preference for photos of women in space helmets was born.

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joelcarroll: “ bettyfelon: “ Does anybody know the source of this image? ” Why, that’s Space Sheriff Gavan and Mimi! They just recently relaunched Gavan and the other Tokusatsu Space Sheriff with a.

1958- auto-cut by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

Future Lawn Service c. Detail from advert by Americas Independent Electric Light and Power Companies. But in what way is having to guide the robot by direct voice command less burdensome?

The Newspaper of Tomorrow: 11 Predictions from Yesteryear    Read more: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/paleofuture/2013/03/the-newspaper-of-tomorrow-11-predictions-from-yesteryear/#ixzz2OTzNYY7Z  Follow us: @Smithsonian Magazine on Twitter  (1934 April Radio-Craft crop)

The Newspaper of Tomorrow: 11 Predictions from Yesteryear

The Newspaper of Tomorrow: 11 Predictions from Yesteryear--- stanrail/zazzle


It ain't Pulp without the obligatory naked vixen in the glass test tube! Better living through Science! Norman Saunders for Marvel Science Stories, April-May 1939