In search of lost time capsules

The Lost Coaster, amusement parks on fire / The Elusive Fetish Encyclopedia is a tumblr about modern future / Blog to the Old Skool, ‘collecting obscure & long forgotten 91-95 old school hardcore’ / Moonbase Central, toys, games and ephemera about space / Trent Rock’s Visual Vices, in there with many strange sets / icons for all the cars in the world, by Turbomilk / Obscure Cities / Cities of the Fantastic, the classic BD / the Circus Historical Society / time to revisit Scarfolk Council.

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The contents of the Panasonic Time Capsule at Expo ’70 in Osaka would set the modern day design sensibility alight in a blaze of nostalgia / a life in AOL search history / hyper-realistic paintings by painting by Antonio Santin / The Land of Maps, a cartographic tumblr / Soviet board-games, 1920-1938. See also Inside the Rainbow: Russian Children’s Literature 1920-35: Beautiful Books, Terrible Times: images here.

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3 Responses to In search of lost time capsules

  1. Louisa says:

    A fantastic opportunity to write alongside creatives from across the globe via an online arts magazine is available. The magazine is in final stages of development and will be an integral part of a 1,600-piece gallery with works from the likes of Picasso, Dali and Egon Schiele, as well contemporary pieces. Regardless of your experience or education, so long as you are passionate about writing about visual arts, you can be part of our community.

    This is a fantastic opportunity to become a guest contributor for a growing encyclopaedia of artistic media. Mongoose is a virtual magazine running features on all things creative, from record-spinning to glass-blowing. It is an inherent part of the Tempus Gallery – a 1,600-piece emporium displaying artwork from across the globe.

    The whole concept of the magazine is organic; a highly accessible world of which functions as a community. Our intentions are to bring people together with the common goal of creative expression. Current topics of discussion include symbology, street-art, architecture, abstraction and hip-hop.

    You will be presenting your work to Mongoose Magazine, working and interacting with a network of artists. Writing and presenting one-off interviews, news, educational and academic columns, biographies and reviews in all the myriad of forms that give voices to visual art projects – at entirely your own pace. You can be as involved as you wish – so long as your work gets past our screening process.

    Being a part of something wonderful is not the only reward – contributing artists may display their work free of charge in our interactive shop, Tempus Gallery, alongside work from Dali, Picasso and Egon Schiele, to multitudes of quality underground photographers or print-makers. Anything goes; if you can photo it, upload it, wrap it up then ship it; we can be a platform for you. Other benefits may follow depending on your level of involvement.

    The site is in final stages of development.

    Whatever your skill or mode of media, speak about it with Mongoose.

    Contact louisa@tempusgallery.com

  2. Alexender says:

    Domusstudio architecture (established in 1986 as Dominy + Associates Architects) is an award-winning firm practicing creative, sustaining, enriching design including churches, schools, civic facilities (fire stations/libraries), senior housing and custom residential projects.

  3. Ross Wolfe says:

    Thanks for the mention, and feel free to mention anything that catches your eye or provokes interesting reflection.

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