These vintage pics of cars with stripes on Kahblog caught my eye… 1978 Ford F-100 → 1977 Ford Econoline → Chevrolet High Cube van → Like the line drawings, too.
Archive for the 'Old Skool' Category
A few great examples of the posters promoting the annual sailing event in the 60s. Via Display—so they’re for sale! ↑ Hans Michel, 1963 ↑ Michael Engelmann, 1965 ↑ Dieter Freiherr von Andrian, 1968 ↑ Rosmarie Tissi, 1990 ↑ Bruno K. Wiese, 1971
Got to this Fab sale a couple minutes after it was announced, and it was all gone! Probably just as well. But I was particularly into all these movie cameras… Oh, and one projector, for good measure:
Or what you might call “Not Wheels” rather than “Hot Wheels.” I collect these for their funky graphics.
I was pretty blown away by the cover archive for the Latvian culture magazine Jauna Gaita. See the whole thing at the bottom of this page. Here are a handful of my favorites, ranging from 1964 to 1998. 1964 and 1966 Both from 1967 1968 and 1969 1971 and 1972 [...]
Came across the National Parks brochures I collected on an epic road trip through the southwest 12 or so years ago. The system, designed by Massimo Vignelli in 1977, is an awesome example of gridness. And it’s still in use today, although as you’ll see in the last two slides, with Myriad (I think) instead [...]
From a sale at Fab.com, these posters were designed “between WWII and the late ‘80s” during “the last decades of communist Bulgaria.” Click to see them big.
Just a few from the many online at The Computer History Museum—as PDFs no less!—in their special area full of marketing brochures. (Via Coudal) And I just couldn’t resist. I rasterized a bunch of the covers to use for my desktop background. I made a bunch, so I figured I’d share them with all the [...]
Via Blair Thompson.
A thoroughly random selection from this awesome Tumblog.