Found on the Vintage Everyday blog. It is thought to be from circa 1926 and is a real beauty. It has some nice details as well. The sign on the roof, lightning rods, and even a little chimney. A great solution of one facing homelessness but still had the car. Possibly a nightmare to drive?
Spotted at the Oregon Country Faire
I'm a big fan of Retro-Futuristic design. Maybe that's why some of the better Steam Punk designs appeal to me. I don't mean the stuff that's just hot-gluing old watch gears onto some leather or carrying a toy ray-gun around in an old-western holster. I want art that can actually be part of our daily … Continue reading Retro-Futuristic
N55 is a group of artists and designers who have some interesting ideas. I have been interested in the Walkinghouse since I first saw it. Here is a link to its "manual" and here is a video of it walking in Copenhagen. I selfishly wish they were doing this somewhere closer to me. While on … Continue reading N55 Walkinghouse