A gallery of anti-alcohol posters from soviet propaganda era. Via linkfilter.
Computer-controlled equipment is more efficient than real people on the job, fears about automation and where the word […]
The American Sign Museum, in Cincinnati, will have its Grand Opening on April, 28. The website has a […]
David H. Szondy’s site, Tales of Future Past collects classic visions of future eras, from food pills and […]
In 1964 Jean Maneval created the six-shell Bubble House . Made entirely of synthetic materials, each living unit […]
Awesome collection. Via Protein Feed.
Repository of microphones with pictures, comparative recordings, links chronicling golden years and gallery of celebs with mics. William […]
The Think-a-Tron was introduced by Hasbro in the 1960s as a computer for kids. Dubbed “The Machine That […]
Entrepreneurs who brought foreign videos and films to Russian’s rural hinterlands where they set up make-shift movie houses […]
Vintage Film Posters auction. 9 March 2005, 1:00 pm, Christie’s London. In case, you’re interested in the above […]
Cats in simulated spacesuits. More in Space Today and Animal Astronauts .
Charles Wilp directed this ad in 1968 for afri-cola. The TV broadcast of the commercial led to a […]
A collection of books, papers, and other material about The Origins of Cyberspace is to go under the […]
Should I call it fetishism? A guy has collected an impressive gallery of Spacesuited Women. Also available in […]
Florentine avant-garde architecture collective Superstudio was at the heart of the architectural and design avant garde in the […]
«Sensorama», invented by Morton Heilig in 1962, offered multi-sensorial impressions of a ten-minute-long motorcycle ride through New York. […]
1up.com has posted the second in an article series called “Child’s Play”, where they invite kids to test […]
TV Cream made a top 100 toys from the 70’s. Here’s number 15, the “Six Million Dollar Man”, […]
American artist Michael Rakowitz’s paraSITE project proposed to take advantage of the exterior ventilation systems on existing architecture […]
In 1972, Italian designer Mario Bellini presented a mobile micro-living environment called Kar-a-Sutra at the “New Domestic Landscape” […]
Slightly bulkier than a video phone, the Scopitone was a “Film Jukebox” invented in France (from surplus WWII […]
EPSON handheld computer in 1982, found in a database of Japanese design products from 60’s on. Via core77 […]
Dedicated to my brother: British Anzani Lawnrider, a ride-on mower from the 1960’s. You can admire it in […]
Dave Slocombe and Natasha Sopieva, from the Interactive Design Institute in Ivrea, have updated an old Fiat 500 […]
The favourite toys from the last 100 years, from classics like the teddy bear to the best sellers […]
Some British amateurs are keeping the morse code system alive. The Morse Code Preservation Society is attempting to […]
The mythic Soviet Lomo camera, born in 1982, gained cult-status for its slightly indinstinct images with distorted colours. […]
On October 4, 1957, Soviet satellite Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite, blast into space and transmitted information […]
While I was singing and dancing on The Reflex by Duran Duran, a commercial directed by Ridley Scott […]
Just in case atom bombs fall over Denver, the Civil Defense Office of Denver cooked up a handbook […]
A comic book published in 1957 and extolling the marvels of nuclear power. Via del.icio.us/tag/technology.
In circa 1965, the H316 was billed as the first under-$10,00016-bit machine from a major computer manufacturer. The […]
Decades ago, scientists from RAND forcasted that the home computer would look like this in 2004. From del.icio.us/tag/design, […]
Gallery of Apple ads and brochures. Via del.icio.us/celia.
Do you remember all the sounds from games like Pitfall, Pacman, Missle Command, Galaga etc? In Name that […]
Pictures of phone books from all over the world. From del.icio.us / joshua
The pilot who tested the rocket-propelled backpack told Popular Science magazine in 1969 that the machine made him […]
The very first remote control, called “Lazy Bones,” was developed in 1950 by Zenith , I could only […]
David Smitherman of NASA/Marshall’s Advanced Projects Office came out in 2000 with a project of space elevator, a […]
An amazing gallery and history of space suits. I have a soft spot for the early 40s suits […]