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(via JHALAL DRUT: Modballs)

Dressmaking with Decorative PocketsFrom Greyst…

Dressmaking with Decorative Pockets

From Greystone’s Creative Hands, Vol 21., 1975.

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50′s, 60′s, and 70′s Red Electronics Part 2.

See Part 1 here.

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Groovy Fashions paired with the new sounds of 1970.

From the April, 1970 issue of ‘Teen Magazine

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1970 Original movie poster for Woodstock

Illustration by Richard Amsel

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Password of the Seventies

Yes ArticleFrom the December, 1972 issue of Ci…

Yes Article

From the December, 1972 issue of Circus Magazine

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July 1972. ‘Take a long skirt in a clan plaid that wraps to the side.’

Mid-Century Shopping Mall WonderfallsThe “Wond…

Mid-Century Shopping Mall Wonderfalls

The “Wonderfall” (also known as a “Rain Fountain”) were popular shopping mall fixtures of the 60′s and 70′s made of nylon strands, crystals, mineral oil, and multicolored lighting.

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Paul Giambarba, package design for Polaroid, 1968. The Polaroid colorpack film was the first rigid plastic bodied color film to sell at consumer range prices. The stripes became a part of the product identity. Source