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Collection by Stijn Felix


Retro Futurism - Science Fiction - illustration & architecture

Stijn Felix
Magnets Drive High Speed Suspension Trains Thru Air - Modern Mechanix (Oct, Norman Rockwell, Cyberpunk, Machine Volante, Steampunk, The Frankenstein, World Of Tomorrow, Days Of Future Past, Ralph Mcquarrie, Science Fiction Art

Magnets Drive High Speed Suspension Trains Thru Air - Modern Mechanix (Oct, 1931)

ELEVATED trains whizzing at tremendous speed from city to city, powered solely by electromagnetic lines of force, is the new and startling method of rapid transportation now being developed by German engineers. A war against friction losses has long been waged by scientists; and this electromagnetic rapid transit project now promises to end the conflict. No wheels are to be used for traction. The cars are drawn forward, in one scheme by powerful electromagnets, in the other by huge…

the vault of retro sci fi: Frank Kelly Freas Arte Sci Fi, Sci Fi Art, Pulp Fiction, Retro Kunst, Retro Art, Sci Fi Kunst, Science Fiction Kunst, Art Manga, Retro Tattoos

✨Vintage Arts Architecture (1900-1980)✨

thevaultofretroscifi: “ Frank Kelly Freas ”

Jules Verne: The Man Who Invented the Future by Franz Born illustrated by Peter P. Plasencia Prentice-Hall, Inc. Jules Verne, Imaginative Writing, Art Students League, Neo Victorian, Retro Futuristic, Tumblr, Science Fiction Art, To Infinity And Beyond, Inventions

The Man Who Invented the Future: Stunning Vintage Illustrations of Jules Verne’s Visionary Imaginings

From the surface of the moon to the bottom of the ocean, a visual tour of a visionary mind.