Maybe doing nothing was better I guess we are living in the 21st century when the London Hackney Carriage becomes a 1½-box design, but does it have to be so ugly? Nissan should have asked Mr Mitsuoka for advice on how to Anglicize one of its products. Joan Rivers had better facelifts than this.
A cat in summer Photographed today: Simon Taylor’s (father of Rebecca and Victoria) series 1 Jaguar E-type 4·2 roadster.
A new look for Lucire’s online edition We facelifted the Lucire home page today. It’s still a work in progress—there are some images that still need to be made scalable—and, admittedly, it is slightly less practical (you don’t get all the links you need at the top of the page). However, there seems to be a move toward these lengthier page designs these days, probably brought on by tablets and mobile devices, and there was an opportunity to bring the web and print editions closer together in terms of look and feel.
Interior pages have not changed yet, but we will phase things in during 2014.
The Modtastic World of Gerry Anderson’s Joe 90 (1968-69)
Joe 90 is a 1960s British science-fiction television series following the adventures of a nine-year-old child, Joe McClaine, who starts a double life as a schoolboy-turned-spy when his scientist father invents a device capable of duplicating and transferring expert knowledge and experience from one human brain to another. - Via: 1 | 2
Joe 90 Loved Joe 90 as a child—and no creepy oversized heads. Also it didn’t seem that far-fetched in terms of the design—it was ahead of the times, but only just ahead.