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The new Trusco toolbox are keeping our hearts well organized. Available now.
Steam Crane using a line shaft for power produced by Stuckenholz AG, Wetter an der Ruhr, Germany. Design developed by Rudolf Bredt. Picture from ~1875
(Source: supplyside, via thesunsetempire)
As far as I can tell the last design of the legendary designer Raymond Loewy still in any kind of significant production is the Lucky Strike package, though even these are usually kept under the counter at corner stores, only available by special request.
Once the most popular cigarette in the United states, Luckies have been relegated to the position of a somewhat novel cigarette. The package was originally dark green with a red circle, but was changed to white with red by Loewy to increase visibility and make the package “more appealing to women.” The company was known for its marketing targeted at ladies. One 1920’s advertising slogan, touting Luckies as a dietary supplement, suggested “Reach for a Lucky instead of a sweet.”
Although Hand-Eye Supply fully condones the Lucky Strike package, we do not suggest smoking. Don’t smoke, kids.
Incredible, soothing stop motion animation of a strata-cut block of wood, made by filmmaker Keith Skretch. Watch the “waves” that travel though the inside of trees.
On the set, ready for the crash. Vanishing Point, 1971