[img]http://s020.radikal.ru/i722/1312/21/21267ec0ff23.jpg[/img] [url=http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/the-retro-futuristic-world-of-laurent-durieux/#The World of Durieux/]Retro-Futuristic World of Laurent Durieux[/url] [url=http://www.laurentdurieux.com/]Laurent Durieux Web[/url] Here I bringing ones of the contemporary artists I like very much and very talent, and I share here two funnies links, he see the future in the same way that Hugh Ferris in the past, has some similarities with Blade Runner, was inspired by artist like Jean Giraud and Moebius.
[img]http://s020.radikal.ru/i714/1312/36/d02aa524c76d.jpg[/img] Here's more retro art, Future in the Past! [i]Left to right[/i] [size=50][i]1-from The Metropolis of Tomorrow by Hugh Ferriss.[/i][/size] [size=50][i]2-William Robinson Leign, Visionary City, 1908.[/i][/size] [size=50][i]3-City of the Future by Harvey Wiley Corbett, 1913.[/i][/size] [size=50][i]4-Future New York is preeminently a city of skyscrapers Kingâ€™s Dream of New York, produced by Moses King, 1915.[/i][/size] [size=50][i]5-Metropolis of Tomorrow â€¢ future city 1 by Pete Amachree.[/i][/size] [url=http://www.skyscraper.org/PROGRAMS/NYMODERN/nym_ferriss.php]Video Hugh Ferriss: "Prophet of Metropolis"[/url] [i]from ww.skyscraper.org[/i] [img]http://i074.radikal.ru/1312/33/56311442b3de.jpg[/img] [i]Left to right[/i] [i]1-Retro Future by Benjamin Carre[/i] [i]2-Left: Hugh Ferriss, "Skyscraper Hangar in a Metropolis," 1930. Right: Hugh Ferriss,[/i] [i]"Aerial View of an Imaginary City," 1930.[/i] [i]3-Proposed Chrystie-Forsyth Parkway, Los Angeles, by Arthur Frappier, 1931[/i] [i]4-Cities of Tomorrow Amazing Stories, 1939[/i] [i]5-The city of the future (April, 1934 Popular Science Monthly)[/i] [i]6-Left: Moses King, "King's Dreams of New York," King's Views of New York, 1911-1912.[/i] [i]Right: William R. Leigh,"Great City of the Future," Cosmopolitan, November 1908.[/i] [i][/i][size=50][/size]
Love the 3D images up top!! Metropolis is amazing. Hugh Ferriss artwork is spectacular, I love the fact he was an architect.
Svanya! Yesterday I saw my name on your Facebook together my friend Djrees, OMG! Thank you very much, I'm proud to. I feel like a geisha in a poster ad! I added a Ferriss retrospective video from [i]www.skyscraper.org.[/i]
love it the 1940s colours and the eric gill style posters especially love the snoopy one and the Iron Giant FKB <3
WOW amazing! I love those too FKB & my old favourite Felix The Cat! This post deserves a big hug Montesco! *sends Montesco a GIANT hug* :-)
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[i]Svanya! Yesterday I saw my name on your Facebook together my friend Djrees, OMG! Thank you very much, I'm proud to. I feel like a geisha in a poster ad!-Montesco[/i] @Montesco; NP! I really am focusing on adding amazing posts from members of this site to the facebook too. I mean why not? You guys post some great stuff! :)
Until the 50's the future was designed in curve lines, and it was so amazing there were natural shapes and curves in everywhere; blasters and buildings were shaped as solid constructions in few pieces. after 60's all started to change in angles and the future is all about angles, straight lines, and sharp edges as if the artificial must be agressive and can't be a complement of the natural shapes nevermore.
The world will spin well past our last breath, but I will always care about you
i saw the facebook page for the first time today. and loved it Fishkettlebanana( aka Gary Burley) :D
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