Out of time: designs for the twentieth-century future
Many of these images were created as illustrations for science fiction, popular science, and pulp-fiction magazines, and as prototype drawings for industrial design. However, few of the original watercolors, oil paintings, and pen-and-ink drawings -- which the author spent years tracking down -- have ever been exhibited before. Norman Brosterman, the author of Abrams' acclaimed Inventing Kindergarten, here triumphs once again -- with another daring intellectual foray into art history and popular culture.
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