Loving these pieces by Swiss Graphic Design legend Erik Nitsche. Would love to own one of these!
Board Games, 1967
These vintage board games from 1967 are oddly beautiful.
These vegetable outfits made me smile.
Coffee Machine Museum
This Coffee Machine Museum is pure gold.
(via present and correct)
Designs from Kimono Pattern Books (ca. 1902). Delightful.
Swedish Mitten Museum
Swedish Mitten Museum. Glorious!
(via Present & Correct)
5-Step Plan for Shorter, More Productive Meetings (1976)
John Cleese Presents His 5-Step Plan for Shorter, More Productive Meetings (1976)
All drawings by Edouard Joseph d’Alton (1838). Available as prints at The Public Domain Review.
The Zodiac Man
I am wildly fascinated by this graphic, found in an article called The Zodiac Man.
Image credits: A woodcut recreation of an image by A. G. de Brocar, 1495, in Johannes de Ketham’s Libro de medicina (1517).
Japanese Typewriter from the 1950s
This vintage Japanese typewriter is utterly fascinating.
Scenes From the First American Shopping Mall (1956)
In 1956, the Southdale Center in Edina, Minnesota, opened its doors and became America’s first climate-controlled indoor shopping mall.
Vintage Gaming Consoles
An impressive archive, hundreds of old handheld consoles: electronicplastic.com
I just stumbled upon this gem of a Tweet. I mean, look at these images? Look at the happy carrot man!
Old Concept Cars
This archive of old concept cars is pure delight! I love you, internet! (If only it didn’t feature all those ads. Ugh)
Instant Lettering: A Letraset Database
A growing online database of Letraset Sheets. Be still my heart.
Transactional Analysis : “Games People Play”
Vintage videos with Dr. Berne about Transnational Analysis, a system for understanding people’s behavior who are trying to change people’s behavior and for predicting people’s behavior.
The Legendary Citroën DS
I love this car.
Around the World City Radio
A retro-style receiver that plays radio stations from 18 cities around the world. FUN!
New York Is My Kind of Town
Downtown 81 is a rare snapshot of an ultra-hip subculture of post-punk era Manhattan, starring Basquiat.
David Bowie and Cher sing duet of “Young Americans” and other songs on 1975 Variety Show. Wow.
“Won’t You Be My Neighbor”
The first and last time Mister Rogers sang “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” on TV. My heart!
I have a soft spot for old typewriters. Look at this beauty. There’s a plethora of other models here. Jessica Hische said she had a good experience buying from this Etsy Seller. Good to know.
Walkman’s 40th Anniversary
I remember how the buttons felt on this Walkman. It was my most priced possession. And my heart broke when someone broke into our car and stole it. Happy 40th Walkman Anniversary, SONY!
This movie, Logan’s Run, made such an impression on me as a kid. I guess I was about 14 the last time I saw it with my dad. Excited to watch it again and re-experience it with a grown-up-point-of-view.