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Norman Bel Geddes, Model of Futurama, c. 1939

Norman Bel Geddes, Model of Futurama, c. 1939

Back to the Future: A New Look at Modernist Hero Norman Bel Geddes, Designer of the Original 1939 “Futurama” | Vanity Fair

Back to the Future: A New Look at Modernist Hero Norman Bel Geddes, Designer of the Original 1939 “Futurama”

Back to the Future: A New Look at Modernist Hero Norman Bel Geddes, Designer of the Original 1939 “Futurama” | Vanity Fair

Norman Bel Geddes Futurama

Norman Bel Geddes Futurama

General Motors Futurama Exhibit. Designed by Norman Bel Geddes for the New York World's Fair of 1939

General Motors Futurama Exhibit. Designed by Norman Bel Geddes for the New York World's Fair of 1939

Norman Bel Geddes' "Airliner No. 4."

Norman Bel Geddes, the designer of the future

Norman Bel Geddes' "Airliner No. 4."

Raymond Loewy -- a pioneer of American design.  Raymond loewy un pionnier du design americain - 1990

Raymond Loewy -- a pioneer of American design. Raymond loewy un pionnier du design americain - 1990

NYWF 1939: General Motors' Futurama (designed by Norman Bel Geddes).

Capitalist unrealism: Norman Bel Geddes’ Futurama (1939)

NYWF 1939: General Motors' Futurama (designed by Norman Bel Geddes).

Norman Bel Geddes, “Magic Motorways” from GM’s Futurama: Pedestrians and motorcars will continue on their way without interference.

Norman Bel Geddes, “Magic Motorways” from GM’s Futurama: Pedestrians and motorcars will continue on their way without interference.

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