Password of the Seventies
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.
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
California – official California Visitor map
90′s Monkees VHS Commercial