“A city of the future that is quiet, clean and easy to get about in.” — The Wonderful World by James Fisher; illustrations by Kempster and Evans (1954)

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Computer (1960s?).

Once upon a time, our computers and various technologies came in vibrant colors. It made sense at a time when computers were massive.

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Mid Century Vintage Space Age Advertisement illustration for America’s Independent Electric Light and Power Companies. "Watch where you're flying, bitch!

What does the city of the future look like? With 3D printers allowing instant home shopping, and smart refrigerators auto-refilling, we might be spending a lot of time in our small but insanely efficient condos:

Tech Page One Infographic: Imagining the city of the future Tech Page One Infographic: Imagining the city of the future. By Nick Clunn - Tech Page One 7 hours ago Share.

"Radio Tube Train" article in Modern Mechanix, August issue, 1930s

'Modern Mechanix' magazine about (retro-)futuristic transportation: the Radio Tube Train.

The Vault Of The Atomic Space Age

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Retro Steampunk illustration poster by steampunk posters by artist Michael Murdock. more poster here.

c. 1957 Vacation House of the Future | James R. Powers

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Holy moly i love this.  "Invite Everyone Who Cares to Work on What's Possible" by Kali Ciesemier

“Invite everyone who cares to work on what’s possible.” illustrated by Kali Ciesemier for 1200 Posters

ED VALIGURSKY (American, 1926-2009) To the Tromaugh Station, Ace Double D-479 paperback cover 1950s or 1960s, Gouache and tempera on board.

ED VALIGURSKY (American, To the Tromaugh Station, Ace Double paperback cover Gouache and - Available at 2012 March Illustration Art.

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