midcenturymodernfreak:

MUSIKMÖBEL | Bauhaus Style

(Top)1934-35 Bang & Olufsen

(Bottom) 1939 Bang & Olufsen

This model was designed\inspired by Peter Bang’s desk chair “B64,” designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928. - Via: 1 | 2

Wow wow wow. !!!

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This is my desk. Full of so many great things I have collected over the years.

glitterghoul:

did you know theres a whole database just for carnival photos??

Awesome

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Recently acquired this wonderful bracelet. It was made by Joseph Cook & Son. Livery street, Birmingham. 1914. Each individual part is Hallmarked with a silver certification mark (a lion.) including the chain links. I love it.

publicdomaindiva:

From “Women as Consumers,” c.1960s.


So funny

publicdomaindiva:

From “Women as Consumers,” c.1960s.

So funny

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Wow

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imperialgoogie:

mrsdentonorahippo:

The Kitchen of Tomorrow
Everything about it screams hi-tech

Actually, this is pretty cool.

awesome. I wouldn’t mind replacing my kitchen with this.

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midcenturymodernfreak:

1959 Liz & Mark Ostoich Residence | Architect: Hugh M. Kaptur | Palisades Drive, Palm Springs, CA - Via

Wow

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My new apartment. Not quite finished but pretty awesome so far

midcenturymodernfreak:

1971 Starstreak MotorhomeCalifornia Automotive Museum, Sacramento, CA - Via: 1 | 2

Wow!

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sagansense:

Cutaway Graphics

Source; ; via ryanpanos and cyberneticsarenow

Fun

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sadult:

wow

Incredible.

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