midcenturymodernfreak:

Bob’s Big Boy Restaurant - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

Bob’s Big Boy Restaurant - Via
midcenturymodernfreak:

Bob’s Big Boy Restaurant - Via
oldschoolgarage:

An icon of Streamline Moderne design, the “Zephyr” was made by Lawson Time, Inc. of Los Angeles, Calif. from ca. 1938 through the 1950s. Its design has long been attributed to acclaimed German-American industrial designer Kem Weber, although recent research suggests that it was more likely the creation of noted Art Deco designer and metalsmith, Paul Feher, working with artist George Adomatis. No patents or design drawings exist for the Zephyr, or for any of Lawson’s clocks. This particular clock was made at Lawson Time’s Pasadena facility and dates to 1940-42. It has a ‘bronze’ finished brass case with brass trim. The Zephyr was also available in a brushed gold finish with brass trim, “gunmetal” with chrome trim, and “silver” with brass trim.
oldschoolgarage:

An icon of Streamline Moderne design, the “Zephyr” was made by Lawson Time, Inc. of Los Angeles, Calif. from ca. 1938 through the 1950s. Its design has long been attributed to acclaimed German-American industrial designer Kem Weber, although recent research suggests that it was more likely the creation of noted Art Deco designer and metalsmith, Paul Feher, working with artist George Adomatis. No patents or design drawings exist for the Zephyr, or for any of Lawson’s clocks. This particular clock was made at Lawson Time’s Pasadena facility and dates to 1940-42. It has a ‘bronze’ finished brass case with brass trim. The Zephyr was also available in a brushed gold finish with brass trim, “gunmetal” with chrome trim, and “silver” with brass trim.

oldschoolgarage:

An icon of Streamline Moderne design, the “Zephyr” was made by Lawson Time, Inc. of Los Angeles, Calif. from ca. 1938 through the 1950s. Its design has long been attributed to acclaimed German-American industrial designer Kem Weber, although recent research suggests that it was more likely the creation of noted Art Deco designer and metalsmith, Paul Feher, working with artist George Adomatis. No patents or design drawings exist for the Zephyr, or for any of Lawson’s clocks. This particular clock was made at Lawson Time’s Pasadena facility and dates to 1940-42. It has a ‘bronze’ finished brass case with brass trim. The Zephyr was also available in a brushed gold finish with brass trim, “gunmetal” with chrome trim, and “silver” with brass trim.

(via whitedogblog)

midcenturymodernfreak:

Monocasco Concept Bike
The Monocasco Concept Bike is an electric version inspired by the original Ossa Monocasco bike of Santiago Herrero. Reliving the legacy of the legendary Sabtiago, who died racing his Ossa in the 1970 Grand Prix, this bike is a fitting tribute. The story goes that Ossa abandoned racing altogether after this tragedy. - Via
 
midcenturymodernfreak:

Monocasco Concept Bike
The Monocasco Concept Bike is an electric version inspired by the original Ossa Monocasco bike of Santiago Herrero. Reliving the legacy of the legendary Sabtiago, who died racing his Ossa in the 1970 Grand Prix, this bike is a fitting tribute. The story goes that Ossa abandoned racing altogether after this tragedy. - Via
 
midcenturymodernfreak:

Monocasco Concept Bike
The Monocasco Concept Bike is an electric version inspired by the original Ossa Monocasco bike of Santiago Herrero. Reliving the legacy of the legendary Sabtiago, who died racing his Ossa in the 1970 Grand Prix, this bike is a fitting tribute. The story goes that Ossa abandoned racing altogether after this tragedy. - Via
 

midcenturymodernfreak:

Monocasco Concept Bike

The Monocasco Concept Bike is an electric version inspired by the original Ossa Monocasco bike of Santiago Herrero. Reliving the legacy of the legendary Sabtiago, who died racing his Ossa in the 1970 Grand Prix, this bike is a fitting tribute. The story goes that Ossa abandoned racing altogether after this tragedy. - Via

 

thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much! thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much! thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much! thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much! thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much! thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much! thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much!

thebaxterbuilding:

Feeling cheeky for Easter, so here’s a selection of my favourite ambiguous Batman and Robin moments.

They laughed at the Joker’s boner? That explains so much!

Paul Newman in The Hustler.
imperialgoogie:

bbook:

- 1959 RCA Victor Dual Speaker Filteramic Tube Radio
- Pink General Electric AM Clock Radio
- Red Admiral Model 6C23 AM Radio
- 1960s Olive Green Panasonic Solid State Radio



imperialgoogie:

bbook:

- 1959 RCA Victor Dual Speaker Filteramic Tube Radio
- Pink General Electric AM Clock Radio
- Red Admiral Model 6C23 AM Radio
- 1960s Olive Green Panasonic Solid State Radio



imperialgoogie:

bbook:

- 1959 RCA Victor Dual Speaker Filteramic Tube Radio
- Pink General Electric AM Clock Radio
- Red Admiral Model 6C23 AM Radio
- 1960s Olive Green Panasonic Solid State Radio



imperialgoogie:

bbook:

- 1959 RCA Victor Dual Speaker Filteramic Tube Radio
- Pink General Electric AM Clock Radio
- Red Admiral Model 6C23 AM Radio
- 1960s Olive Green Panasonic Solid State Radio

imperialgoogie:

bbook:

- 1959 RCA Victor Dual Speaker Filteramic Tube Radio

- Pink General Electric AM Clock Radio

- Red Admiral Model 6C23 AM Radio

- 1960s Olive Green Panasonic Solid State Radio