Futurism

Inspired by the optimism of the American Dream and Space Age domination during the ’50s and ’60s, “futurism” was a perspective that many traditional households adopted after WW2.

This is an interpretation of what the future seemed like, only half a century ago, when we were on the precipice of intergalactic travel. Here, an amalgamation of retro tech, with a hint of aspirational futurism.

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