30 de abril de 2016
Deep sea creatures illustrated by D. Latimer-Sayer (1960).
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) - film poster.
Flying Saucers From Outer Space by Donald E. Keyhoe (1973 edition).
29 de abril de 2016
Concept cars shown by General Motors at the New York World’s Fair (1964).
Space 1999 Annual (1975).
The Opener of the Way by Robert Bloch (Panther, 1976 edition).
Moon Zero Two by John Burke (Pan, 1969).
Fantastic Voyage (directed by Richard Fleischer, 1966).
28 de abril de 2016
Braun cigarette lighters (1974).
Sony PCM-3324 DASH Digital Multitrack
27 de abril de 2016
Scooby-Doo, “The Ghost of the Bad Humor Man”
Michael Waine, from Creative Black Book: Photography (1985)
26 de abril de 2016
Attila Hejja: Shela Madigan, pocketbooks illustration.
“After reading the script, Gene Wilder said he would make the film under one condition: that he would be allowed to somersault in the scene when he first meets the children. When asked why, Gene Wilder replied that having Willy Wonka start out limping and end up somersaulting would set the tone for that character. He wanted to portray him as someone whose actions were completely unpredictable. His request to somersault was granted.” Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) dir. Mel Stuart
25 de abril de 2016
June Sobel ‘84
State of Technology, 1983
24 de abril de 2016
God I loved our Atari. Wish we still had it and the crappy cartridges.
I used to get so frustrated playing Pitfall. Dyscalculia does not lend itself to judging the timing for jumping over barrels, swinging over bottomless pits, walking over the heads of angry Gators, avoiding quicksand., or scorpions. I don’t think I ever got to the end of this game.
23 de abril de 2016
Peachtree Software vintage computer ad
Shawn McKelvey ‘95
22 de abril de 2016
The Adventures of Batman (1968), “Enter the Judge”