"General Electric Radio and Radar Will Guard and Guide Their Flight", November 1942
/r/RetroFuturismA TV21 cross-section of Lady Penelope's car, FAB 1
/r/RetroFuturismRadio-pill - digestive tract telemetry miniature transmitter. Soviet magazine "Radio", 1964
/r/RetroFuturismAntikythera Mechanism / Greek Analog Computer / 87 BC
/r/RetroFuturismBally Future Spa Pinball at Spacebar in Boise, ID
/r/RetroFuturismMonument to Yuri Gagarin on Gagarin square
/r/RetroFuturismFord Milano Concept 1970
/r/RetroFuturismElectronic info machine, it gives answers to questions that are written in its memory (on tape) and also shows the answer on the monitor. Soviet magazine "Radio", 1962
/r/RetroFuturismTriple Hull Cruise Ship featured in a "Men Who Plan beyond Tomorrow" Ad from Seagram's, 1943.
/r/RetroFuturism"The City of Atlantis," 1992 Rifts Atlantis, art by Newton Ewell
/r/RetroFuturismLondon, 2166. From the UK Band B-12's album, Time Tourist.
/r/RetroFuturism1950s 'Space Station' Morse Code Signalling Set
/r/RetroFuturismGlasses with radio from a Soviet magazine "Radio", 1972
/r/RetroFuturismA future city by B. G. Seielstad, Popular Science Monthly, April 1934
/r/RetroFuturismMercury to Mars, by Marshall Spaceflight Center artist Grant Lathe (1963)
/r/RetroFuturismArtist's rendering of the Seattle Center monorail station for the 1962 World's Fair.
/r/RetroFuturismBob MUST have slack! 👌 👌 👌
/r/RetroFuturism1995's idea of cellular phones in 2020, as envisioned by the Future book in the Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness series
/r/RetroFuturismSuper tanks will be made out of old battleships 🛥 🛥 🛥
/r/RetroFuturismConcept art for Disney's 1979 "The Black Hole", by Robert McCall 😱 😱 😱
/r/RetroFuturismHabitable space station. 🌏 🌏 🌏
/r/RetroFuturismDune Messiah, by Frank Herbert (1969)
/r/RetroFuturismThe Czech embassy in Berlin
/r/RetroFuturismJapanese Spiral City Concept
/r/RetroFuturismMustang Mach III Concept looks very retrofuturistic, and definitely doesn't look like a Mustang.
/r/RetroFuturismfound this book at a thrift store. it was absolutely filled with retro futurism!
/r/RetroFuturismLunar base, 1969
/r/RetroFuturismOne of my favorites
/r/RetroFuturismThe Red Arrow: a Swiss electric self-propelled train built in 1935, which stayed in service until 1979