Mar 24, 2013
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fastcompany:

2013, As Imagined By Futurists in 1988
Twenty five years ago, a Los Angeles magazine envisioned what the world would look like a quarter-century in the future. 
See what they guessed right and what they guessed wrong here.

Illustrated by Syd Mead.

fastcompany:

2013, As Imagined By Futurists in 1988

Twenty five years ago, a Los Angeles magazine envisioned what the world would look like a quarter-century in the future. 

See what they guessed right and what they guessed wrong here.

Illustrated by Syd Mead.

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