A 1974 Polish ad for the movie “Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla”. What’s going on here apart from awesome 70′s design!
Spot the difference!
Forget the trees … property bubble … man in suit … location, location, location!
“The Anatomy of an Agency”, by Canadian agency Grip Limited, is so helpful to composers like myself and Dave. When we do ‘go sees’ with our reel we need to know which draw to replenish with a steady supply of booze and our very own GQ Honeycomb.
Nintendo’s Light Telephone was released in 1971 and used visible light to transport sound. The sound picked up by the microphone of the Light Telephone is coded into the transmitted light, decoded again by the receiving party’s Light Telephone using a solar cell, and played over the headphones. This creates a two-way walkie talkie without using radio waves. Walkie-talkies based on radio waves can be used night and day, through walls and around corners, the Light Telephone required the two people communicating to be directly facing each other. Probably within speaking distance!
Nintendo must have been pretty desperate to release this, as it’s really an adult toy … as the cost was ¥9,800 at the time!
Simple messages on 100% recycled paper using traditional woodblock printing techniques. What more could you ask for?
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Prominent fashion houses that designed for the airlines in the 1960′s and 1970′s include: Dior for SAS, Balenciaga for Air France, Pierre Cardin for Pakistani Airlines, Pierre Balmain for Singapore Airlines, Hanae Mori for Japan Airlines, Mary Quant for Courtline Aviation, Bill Blass for American Airlines and Valentino and Ralph Lauren for TWA.
Careful …. don’t drop that napkin!
If you’re not familiar with her work then you should watch the video. It’s her life and career in 5 minutes … for all of us ADD people!