David Cramer, silver gilt tulip goblet, 1576-96. Augsburg.
Hans Vredeman de Vries, Perspective, 16th century.
Blaise Pascal, calculating machine, 1650. Photo Mathematisch-Physikalischer Salon, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
Tura, pinball machine, 1950s. Billiard served as role model for pinball. Technisches Museum, Vienna.
Stern Electronics, pinball ad, 1977. Chicago.
Leonhardt & Kern, advertising campaign for Mustang Jeans, 1979. Germany.
Stefan Sagmeister, artwork for Compact Disk cover David Byrne’s Feelings, 1997. Via Cooper Hewitt
Disco takes over with Donna Summer on the cover of newsweek, 1979.
Brian Ward, Photography of The rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust, 1972. London. The art work was done by Terry Pastor of George Underwood’s company called Main Artery. More to see and read here.
Günther Kieser, Artwork for tour poster for Richie Havens,1972. Germany.
Jim Marshall, photography and graphic concept for Allman Brothers Band, At the Fillmore East, 1971. Capricon Records.
ITT Schaub Lorenz, german brochure for control unit and tape recorder, 1973. Including booze and burning cigarettes.
Listen to music, real retro. Can’t identify equipment on the right, Lenco record player. Vinyl shows excellent choice: some Sam Suliman design under plexi glass on flokati rug. High fashion. Nice couple. A smoke. Good taste of the early Seventies.
Atari Demonstration Centre, 1982. Via Flickr X-Ray Delta One. Atari 800 was launched 1979. Specs: „8KB RAM, Atari 8-bit OS, CPU MOS Technology 6502B @ 1.79 MHz (NTSC version), 320×192 Pixel Resolution, 256 colors, 4× sprites, raster interrupts“.
Admiral, advertising TV HiFi combination with remote control, 1957. Life magazine, USA