Vintage Retro-Future Space image (source: 1950's Russia)

Science Fiction Art, Shown above is a 1963 painting of a space station by German illustrator and futurist Klaus Bürgle.

Ed Valigursky cover art for Conquest of the Space Sea, 1955

Ed Valigursky, Conquest Of The Space Sea by Robert Moore Williams Ace Books.

Popular Science – August, 1925  The Wonder City You May Live to See        How You May Live and Travel in the City of 1950

An exceptionally organized view of the future. All part of an architect's vision of the future city in 25 years - back then! Published in Popular Science magazine monthly issue of August 1925 and entitled "How you may live and travel in the city of

Shimizu’s Dream: A Vision of the Future [INFOGRAPHIC]

Shimizu's Dream: A Vision of the Future [INFOGRAPHIC] Mile-high city-pyramids. A power-broadcasting solar ring on the Moon. Cities under the sea and cities atop it. Welcome to the world of Shimizu's Dream.

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Living inside a snow globe future biodome from 1957 popular science journal.

Here is the house you’ll live in tomorrow, a exploration into the houses of By Mechanix Illustrated, June

Around this core would be constructed an enormous space station, dwarfing the 200-foot wheel von Braun wanted to create. Romicks colony would consist of a huge, zero-gravity cylindrical dry dock over 1500 feet long and 1000 feet in diameter. It would have a total volume of about 3 billion square feet. At one end would be a 1500-foot rotating disc that would be inhabited by 20,000 people.

The Space City That Could Have Been, If Not For Wernher Von Braun

1956 - Kurt Roschl ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon!****

1956 - Kurt Roschl ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan…

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Vintage Advertisement of Modern Technology

Sao Paulo ad agency Moma Propaganda created a stunning series of posters using retro illustrations to promote social media services as part of the project “Everything Ages Fast.