The February 1978 cover art of Modern Electronics
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Life on an imaginary soviet space station - 1957
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The real "Village", as seen on 60's TV "The Prisoner".
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Konstantin E Tsiolkovsky's design for a rocket ship
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1945, Gertrude Howell Hildreth, Easy Growth in Reading
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Zenon girl of the 21st century
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Wernher von Braun explains the possibility to reach the Moon. "Man and the Moon", Dec. 28, 1955
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The National Congress, Brasilia 1958. Architect Oscar Niemeyer. Located in the middle of Brasília’s Monumental Axis, the city’s main thoroughfare, the National Congress building is made up of a low structure topped by a dome.
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Transcendence (a little loop I made)
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1959 Goggomobil Dart
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My take on "Home Depot" in space
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Jetmobile designed and built by Richard Harp, 1952
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“Megapolis” Robert McCall, 1987
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Concrete gears and springs on this bridge looks retro futuristic to me
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Rocket shaped floor lamp by Danish designer Svendsen Aage Holm Sørensen (1950s)
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Chrysler TV-8 nuclear-powered amphibious tank
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Ještěd Tower (Czech Republic)
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Space Needle Cutaway (1962) [1000 x 1266]
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Poster for "Gamera vs. Zigra", 1971
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1934, Everyday Science and Mechanic rolling ball houses
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1990 Vector W8 Twin Turbo
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Airbrush
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"Scientific Blueprint for Atomic Survival", LIFE Magazine, March 18, 1957
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"REVOLUTIONARY NEW BUILDING... THE KAISER ALUMINUM DOME", 1957
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Policygenius Insurance Advertisement
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The (model) city used in the film "Logan's Run" (1976)
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Phone booth in the LM Ericsson factory lobby Stockholm, 1941
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Thunderbird 1
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The Panther 6
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4 July 1862: The Army Corp of Traingineers finish testing on the Molasses, a solid rocket fueled train made custom to bring Lincoln up and down the eastern seaboard at 300mph. The railroad was a straight line from Washington DC to Portland Maine, with precisely zero degrees of turning track.
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