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Ryuichi Sakamoto © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London 2015

Ryuichi Sakamoto © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London 2015

Roid’s Roland TR Series – The Drum Machine as Space Station /  These graphic portraits, realised in gouache, explore geometrical abstraction in microtonal colours to invoke the archetypal constructivist aesthetic.  Counter to the utilitarian aim prescribed by the standard exploded view in service manuals, where the innards of mechanisms are revealed to show the relationships between constituent parts, these works celebrate drum machines as space stations and astrionic systems.

Roid’s Roland TR Series – The Drum Machine as Space Station / These graphic portraits, realised in gouache, explore geometrical abstraction in microtonal colours to invoke the archetypal constructivist aesthetic. Counter to the utilitarian aim prescribed by the standard exploded view in service manuals, where the innards of mechanisms are revealed to show the relationships between constituent parts, these works celebrate drum machines as space stations and astrionic systems.

Magnificent Illustrations by Sean Loose

Magnificent Illustrations by Sean Loose

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Michele Gasperini, Edoardo Bracchi, Manuel Gelsomino · Modern Landscape · Architettura italiana

Michele Gasperini, Edoardo Bracchi, Manuel Gelsomino · Modern Landscape · Architettura italiana

(“honeycomb sandwich” ) The intersection of science and design has many beautiful manifestations, from data visualization to nerd tattoos. But hardly does it get more delightful than in these gorgeous vintage science and technology ads from magazines in the 1950s and 1960s, bringing the modernist aesthetic to the atomic and space ages."

The Modernist Nerd: Vintage Science Ads from the 1950s-1960s

(“honeycomb sandwich” ) The intersection of science and design has many beautiful manifestations, from data visualization to nerd tattoos. But hardly does it get more delightful than in these gorgeous vintage science and technology ads from magazines in the 1950s and 1960s, bringing the modernist aesthetic to the atomic and space ages."

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