Back in the day when MTV had something to do with music, they put together this segment where Michael Jackson, Coolio, Ozzy and Dave Matthews explain the internet.
“In 1995 some 10 million people regularly used the internet. What has attracted many of them is the world wide web with its proliferation of special address truckstops called webpages.”
Visual stack of vintage LP stereo labels collected and curated by Project Thirty-Three. More proof that what is old becomes new again, especially when it comes to design styles.
This is a Beaulieu 4008 ZM 8mm film camera. I just saw someone selling one of these at an online auction, and I’m tempted to bid on it because how is this not the coolest film camera you’ve ever seen? Even if I’d never be able to shoot any 8mm film, it’s got to be handy to own it in case of alien invasion. You just know there’s gotta be a ray-gun setting on there somewhere.
Collection of 100+ 1970s Vintage desktop and pocket calculators.
Via Cool Hunting
Wrenchmonkees in Copenhagen created this modified Harley Davidson Sportster stripped of all chrome, handmade touches, and vintage styling. I’ve never seriously considered buying a motorcycle, but I might reconsider for a bike like this one.
Great and interesting letterhead design from decades ago. Their collection includes Nikola Tesla (c. 1900), Star Wars (c. 1974), Albert Einstein (c. 1932), Adolf Hitler (c. 1934), and Robot Sales Men (c. 1930s).
via Cameron Moll
Brian Freeborn and Mammoth Media took advantage of the first nice day of the year to longboard down Goat Hill capturing it all on their Nikon D90. The color grading and track fit the video perfectly.
Reblogged from Matthew Buchanan