Curated Vintage and Assembled Art
treasures: rediscovered and reimagined
Curated Vintage and Assembled Art
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midcenturymodernfreak:

1970s Future…from 1961
TV viewers of the 1970s will see their programs on sets quite different from today’s, if designs now being worked out are developed. At the Home Furnishings Market in Chicago, Illinois, on June 21, 1961, a thin TV screen is a feature of this design model. Another feature is an automatic timing device which would record TV programs during the viewers’ absence to be played back later. The 32x22-inch color screen is four inches thick. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch) - Via
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loverofbeauty:

Nothing behind me,
everything ahead of me,
as is ever so on the road.
 Jack Kerouac
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midcenturymodernfreak:

And now…another episode of, “I Married an Audiophile.” - Via
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http://pinterest.com/pin/65935582018665258/
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weirdvintage:

Futuristic workstation, 1970s (via Ufunk)
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midcenturymodernfreak:

“American Dream” (Full-sized replica of facade and garden of a 1950s American suburban home) |  Artist: Patrick Lowry | Winner of Sculpture Shock’s 2014 3-D Pop Up Installation Contest in the Subterranean Category | London - Via: 1 | 2
midcenturymodernfreak:

“American Dream” (Full-sized replica of facade and garden of a 1950s American suburban home) |  Artist: Patrick Lowry | Winner of Sculpture Shock’s 2014 3-D Pop Up Installation Contest in the Subterranean Category | London - Via: 1 | 2
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midcenturymodernfreak:

c. 1950s George Nelson/Herman Miller “Thin Edge” Walnut Hi-Fi Stereo Cabinet/Credenza. 
Sven Markelius Pythagoras Fabric speaker cover compartment at one end, drop-down door at other end with slide-out shelf for turntable, one sliding door, one open compartment covered by a wood panel, chromed steel legs. 
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midcenturymodernfreak:

c. 1950s George Nelson/Herman Miller “Thin Edge” Walnut Hi-Fi Stereo Cabinet/Credenza. 
Sven Markelius Pythagoras Fabric speaker cover compartment at one end, drop-down door at other end with slide-out shelf for turntable, one sliding door, one open compartment covered by a wood panel, chromed steel legs. 
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midcenturymodernfreak:

c. 1950s George Nelson/Herman Miller “Thin Edge” Walnut Hi-Fi Stereo Cabinet/Credenza. 
Sven Markelius Pythagoras Fabric speaker cover compartment at one end, drop-down door at other end with slide-out shelf for turntable, one sliding door, one open compartment covered by a wood panel, chromed steel legs. 
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midcenturymodernfreak:

c. 1950s George Nelson/Herman Miller “Thin Edge” Walnut Hi-Fi Stereo Cabinet/Credenza. 
Sven Markelius Pythagoras Fabric speaker cover compartment at one end, drop-down door at other end with slide-out shelf for turntable, one sliding door, one open compartment covered by a wood panel, chromed steel legs. 
Via
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midcenturymodernfreak:

General Electric Stereophonic Hi-Fi Record Player Solid State Stereo Wall Cabinet - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

General Electric Stereophonic Hi-Fi Record Player Solid State Stereo Wall Cabinet - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

General Electric Stereophonic Hi-Fi Record Player Solid State Stereo Wall Cabinet - Via
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huffingtonpost:

If famous artworks were transformed into buildings, this is what they’d look like. See more here.
(Source: Federico Babina)
huffingtonpost:

If famous artworks were transformed into buildings, this is what they’d look like. See more here.
(Source: Federico Babina)
huffingtonpost:

If famous artworks were transformed into buildings, this is what they’d look like. See more here.
(Source: Federico Babina)
huffingtonpost:

If famous artworks were transformed into buildings, this is what they’d look like. See more here.
(Source: Federico Babina)
huffingtonpost:

If famous artworks were transformed into buildings, this is what they’d look like. See more here.
(Source: Federico Babina)
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midcenturymodernfreak:

c. 1969 Fidelity Rad 18 Radio | England - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

c. 1969 Fidelity Rad 18 Radio | England - Via