rowaizak:

Desert Beauty.

rowaizak:

Desert Beauty.

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bl00dbl00dbl00d:

here, take this Roger Dean scan master post i’ve had rattling around in my drafts for months

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70sscifiart:

Lift off.

The images are chapter headings from a 1970 Ukranian children’s space book, but I think they work well in this order.

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madddscience:

A visual history of the NASA logo.

The stunningly minimal, futuristic ‘worm’ logo invented in the 70s for the US Federal Design Improvement Program was changed out for the 1959 ‘meatball’ logo in 1992. This was possibly in an effort to “recapture the magic” after the tragic Challenger crash, but it definitely ensured that the coolest NASA logo ever was confined to the 70s and 80s right alongside all the best retro-futuristic space plans

via Logo Life, by Ron van der Vlugt

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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Holiday Inn Hotel, San Francisco, California, 1970
(Clement Chen & Associates with John Carl Warnecke & Associates)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Holiday Inn Hotel, San Francisco, California, 1970

(Clement Chen & Associates with John Carl Warnecke & Associates)

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asylum-art:

Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger

The Conference
Art Unlimited Basel, 2010 
La Casa Encendida Madrid, 2010
Kunstverein Hannover, 2011

The meeting room contains a table, six chairs, jackets, laptops, writing utensils, papers, diaries, cell phones, coffee cups, …… the usual. A powerful light at the room’s center casts an intense beam across the table. A ventilator churns the air. A subtile nocturnal recording of the Borneo jungle can be heard. An unknown consciousness befalls the entire scenario.

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