the imagined future for white people

Wow, these Motorolla ads ran in Life magazine from 1961-63, and were illustrated by Charles Schridde.  Besides being incredibly clean and colorful, I find it interesting that all these environments seem to be co-existing with nature, albeit in a very affluent style.  In a weird way, they weren’t they far off with their depictions of controlled spaces for personalized experience, maybe just without the shag and wood panelling. (via Retronaut)

 

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One Response to the imagined future for white people

  1. estivalpoet says:

    I found many images like these from a website not too long ago. Love the view of the future from an early 60’s point of view. Very vibrant and alive.

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