25 June 2020

This Holden HT Monaro GTS350 was built in 1969 by driver and HRT manager Harry Firth. The car debuted at that year's Sandown 500 and went on to a win Bathurst later in 1969.

11 May 2020

The French 1929 Majestic inspired the 3D printed Fuller Moto's 2029 Majestic

30 April 2020

Air New Zealand DC-8 aircraft. 

11 April 2020

From Scooter Modern Etsy
Commodore PET 2001 (1977), Intertec Superbrain (1979), Sinclair ZX80 (1980) and Apple iMac G3 (1998)

27 January 2020

Anne Atkins – cinema tickets for Todd Haynes’s film Wonderstruck (2017). Photography: Tim Kelly and Anne Atkins.

13 January 2020

Passengers waiting inside Preston bus station in 1969
The living room of show flat No 1 at the Barbican site at Moorfields, 1968

22 December 2019

A Kiwi bach.

21 November 2019

1969 Chrysler Valiant Pacer 

12 October 2019

Carl Perkins Cadillac.

29 September 2019

A 1-million mark note from Thuringia, 1923. The note was designed by the Bauhaus

27 September 2019

Love Lies Bleeding by Emma Bass.

24 September 2019

Wim Crouwel died age 90.

25 August 2019

Holden Central Car Club – Cancer Foundation fund raiser.

6 August 2019

Nvard Yerkanian illustrations, see more here.

4 August 2019

1965 Ford Transit

31 July 2019

Momkai Design Studio

28 July 2019

21 July 2019

Corvette Stingray Racer concept – 1959.

13 July 2019

Swimming in the UK

16 June 2019

10 June 2019

Chris Turnham illustrator
This home is clad with antique doors, windows and other building materials that S+PS Architects salvaged from demolished buildings in Mumbai. Informed by the abundance of ad-hoc, ramshackle buildings it overlooks in the city, it is intended to help promote an alternative approach to recycling.

27 May 2019

Illustrations by Jean Julien for Resy 

5 May 2019

Ford Falcon XK windowless panel van

25 April 2019

Pentagram creates Flight Center font for hotel in Eero Saarinen's JFK airport terminal. Read more here.
Photography by Max Touhey
How to dry your hands

17 April 2019

The 1953 Firebird 1 is just one of the vehicles that will be on display at the Cars: Accelerating the Modern World exhibition at the V&A from 23 November. Photograph: V&A Museum

14 April 2019

Old timers – cars and blokes.

11 April 2019

M1 1959.

28 March 2019

Frida Escobedo and José Rojas renovated the 1950s Boca Chica Hotel in Acapulco, Mexico – destination of the original jet-set. 

Photography is by Undine Prohl.

25 March 2019

This is from Behance.net.

Squash 73 is a multidisciplinary space located in Mexico City, inside what was once a squash club. Its main goal is to give creative young adults a space to enjoy and discover art-related activities and emerging proposals. It has two courts and a studio that can be used for pretty much any art project, whether it is a drink and draw, a ceramics workshop, an exhibition, a photoshoot or a theatre rehearsal. ​​​​​​​The client wanted a playful and fresh identity that showed versatility and creativity, but also that reminded them of the athletic roots of the place, as they left the striking yellow lines that were used by squash players back in the 70's and now give a unique look to each room. The icon was inspired by the idea of the space itself, as if it was an elevated view in an architectural plan. The graphic elements such as the illustration and the signage were inspired by squash as a sport, always thought to be moving and dynamic.

Branding + Signage: Mariela Mezquita
Photography: Camila Rodriguez
Architecture + Interior design: Squash 73 Team

12 March 2019

The interlock, by Bureau de change.

10 March 2019

26 February 2019

The Chrysler turbine car was produced from 1963 to 1964. Its body was made by the Italian design studio Ghia, and Chrysler completed its assembly in Detroit. The A-831 turbine engine could operate on many different fuels, required less maintenance, and lasted longer than conventional piston engines, although they were much more expensive to produce. 
A total of 55 cars were built: five prototypes and a limited run of 50 cars for a public user program.After the conclusion of the user program in 1966, Chrysler reclaimed all of the cars and destroyed all but nine of them; Chrysler kept two, five are displayed at museums in the United States, and two are in private collections. Chrysler's turbine engine program ultimately ended in 1979, largely due to the failure of the engines to meet government emissions regulations and relatively poor fuel economy.

25 February 2019

By Ovadia Benishu Illustrator based in Tel-Aviv, Israel. See more here.

18 February 2019

TWA Hotel opens for bookings
British Airways debuts a special retro livery on one of its Boeing 747s to mark the UK airline's centenary, a jumbo has been painted in the design of its predecessor British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC). The BOAC livery adorned the fleet between 1964 and 1974.

5 February 2019

Beautiful project by American photographer Laura Austin and words by Tora Baker, see here on Creative Boom.

29 January 2019

Florence Knoll Bassett 1918–2019

22 November 2018

This Ford Cortina, officially known as E14 LS was built in 1966 and is one of three 'Group 5' factory racing cars built by Lotus for the 1966 British Saloon Car Championship. It was raced by Graham Hill, Jacky Ickx and Jim Clark.

11 November 2018

Suzy van der Kwast, of Suzy's Coffee Lounge in Wellington, has died. She was 80.

29 October 2018

Ferrari Monza SP2

8 October 2018

Olalekan Jeyifous – Brooklyn-based artist and designer. See more here.

12 September 2018

 Eero Saarinen. TWA terminal at Idlewild airport (now JFK airport), 1962
Eero Saarinen. TWA terminal at Idlewild airport (now JFK airport), 1962.
Eero Saarinen. General Motors Technical Center in Warren, 1950.