Simon Stalenhag’s beautiful 70’s Swedish retro futuristic sci-fi art has now been turned into a TV series.
/r/RetroFuturism1951 Buick LeSabre Concept
/r/RetroFuturismSatellite station "Yugoslavia" - late 70s
/r/RetroFuturismSteampunk City by Greg Bridges
/r/RetroFuturismTimecop1983 The Midnight River of Darkness Cover Live Drum Pads
/r/RetroFuturism1967 Chevy Belair
/r/RetroFuturismNot mine, just cool
/r/RetroFuturismNot sure if this has been posted before, Joe Webb - Stirring up a storm
/r/RetroFuturismSuper Dome and Skytop Lounge railcars
/r/RetroFuturismTom Swift Jr. #7 - Tom Swift and His Diving Seacopter
/r/RetroFuturismThe Tucker 48 (built in 1948) (only 51 were ever made) was probably the most technologically advanced car of its era. Decades in advance to anything Ford or GM were making at the time. It was even called "The car of tomorrow, today."
/r/RetroFuturism"Get out my yard space critter!"
/r/RetroFuturismThe FMA I.Ae. 37, a prototype jet engined delta winged plane where the cockpit was transparent all around, and the pilot had to fly the plane lying down on his stomach. The idea was that he would have a complete vision of everything in front, to the sides, above and below him while flying.
/r/RetroFuturismLufthansa ad for the Junkers G38 flying from Berlin - London
/r/RetroFuturismI did some fake branding for the Avrocar V7-9AV - Already posted to a few design-related subs but I think it fits better here
/r/RetroFuturism"After Vanguard, Specific Plans for Moon and Mars" LIFE Magazine, March 31, 1958
/r/RetroFuturismDays of future past.
/r/RetroFuturism1932 proposal for an aerodrome in Paris, France. Clearly an inSeine idea!
/r/RetroFuturismCustom Bubbletop Plymouth Fury
/r/RetroFuturismI saw this and thought you might enjoy it.
/r/RetroFuturismA long lost Disneyland Ride, "Adventure Thru Innter Space," about Miracles from Molecules. Sponsored by the "loveable" Monsanto.
/r/RetroFuturismInterplanetary Space Travel Posters
/r/RetroFuturismMural I found in town today
/r/RetroFuturismHomage to Syd Mead (OC)
/r/RetroFuturismCitroen Zabrus '86 design was ahead of its time
/r/RetroFuturismPush Button education - closer than we think.
/r/RetroFuturism1960 Plymouth XNR
/r/RetroFuturismWrist Twist steering system. They wanted to replace steering wheels in cars with this in the 60s. It didn't take.
/r/RetroFuturismHubot by Hubotics: A sophisticated personal household robot, c.1983. Approximately 75 units were made