budapestposter:

Tartsd be a követési távolságot…különben balesetet okozhatsz. Élénk színeivel és humorával ez a plakát Kemény György pop art korszakának egyik kiemelkedő alkotása. | Keep the stopping distance…otherwise you might cause an accident. With its vivid colors and intensive humor, this poster represents Kemény’s pop art period at its peak.
(György Kemény: They didn’t keep the stopping distance!, 1968.)

CSAT KRACK

budapestposter:

Tartsd be a követési távolságot…különben balesetet okozhatsz. Élénk színeivel és humorával ez a plakát Kemény György pop art korszakának egyik kiemelkedő alkotása. | Keep the stopping distance…otherwise you might cause an accident. With its vivid colors and intensive humor, this poster represents Kemény’s pop art period at its peak.

(György Kemény: They didn’t keep the stopping distance!, 1968.)

CSAT KRACK

budapestposter:

Pusztai Pál alkoholellenes plakátsorozataPusztai Pál grafikus, illusztrátor és karikaturista volt, a Ludas Matyi magazin számára rendszeresen készített illusztrációkat. |
Posters for an anti-alcohol campaign by Pál PusztaiPál Pusztai was a graphic designer, illustrator and caricature artist. He was permanent illustrator of the satiric journal Ludas Matyi.

budapestposter:

Pusztai Pál alkoholellenes plakátsorozata
Pusztai Pál grafikus, illusztrátor és karikaturista volt, a Ludas Matyi magazin számára rendszeresen készített illusztrációkat. |

Posters for an anti-alcohol campaign by Pál Pusztai
Pál Pusztai was a graphic designer, illustrator and caricature artist. He was permanent illustrator of the satiric journal Ludas Matyi.

mintapeter:

waxolotl:

poppoppopblowblowbubblegum:

the growth that gave the name to the green line dividing west and east beirut, 1982, overtaking the then-uninhabitable area.

human intervention turning back to nature

egyszer szeretnék úgy végigsétálni az Andrássyn hogy fel van törve az aszfalt gyökerekkel, a sétány fái 30 méteresek és nem lehet a bokroktól és mindentől ellátni a végéig

smithsonianmag:

With Google Maps, It’s Now Possible To Travel Through Time

We can all be Marty McFly thanks to a new tool in Google Street View that offers seven years of views from street corners around the globe

By Helen Thompson

A lot can change in seven years: buildings rise and lanscapes change. Whether you’re standing near the ocean in Japan or in the middle of Times Square, your view will likely be quite different in less than a decade.

That’s the premise behind Google Maps’ newest time-lapse tool, launched today. Since it was released in 2007, Google Street View has allowed users to explore a given area from the perspective of walking along a sidewalk, but with the new tool, they’ll actually be able to see how the street and its surroundings have changed.

Read more and see more images at Smithsonian.com.

thecultureengine:

Reyonnah microcar, 1951

A single-cylinder engine was used, either of the 125cc or 175cc variety. The 175cc put out 8.5 horsepower. It will do 63 mph and can seat two people – the passenger directly behind the driver. You’ll probably notice the weird angle this thing is parked at – that’s because the front had a very wide track compared to the rear – but, when parked, the front wheels could be brought in closer – to make it easier to park. When this happens, it raises the front of the car up into the air. Weird. This should sell for between $75,000-$100,000. Click here for more info.

thecultureengine:

Reyonnah microcar, 1951

A single-cylinder engine was used, either of the 125cc or 175cc variety. The 175cc put out 8.5 horsepower. It will do 63 mph and can seat two people – the passenger directly behind the driver. You’ll probably notice the weird angle this thing is parked at – that’s because the front had a very wide track compared to the rear – but, when parked, the front wheels could be brought in closer – to make it easier to park. When this happens, it raises the front of the car up into the air. Weird. This should sell for between $75,000-$100,000. Click here for more info.