Meet Raymond Loewy, the Father of modern Industrial Design as he appeared in 1979 on this excellent 60 minutes video article.
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Friday Flashback: this movie about the 1930s’ Chevy Streamliners (Film) is from an era when aerodynamics was more about looks than science.
The Tesla Roadster turns 10 this year, which has given many owners plenty of time to think about what they like about the car in this new documentary.
Vintage Vespa scooters are marvelous things. Given a willingness to turn a wrench, some quality oil, and ready access to small parts, an enthusiastic rider can keep their Vespa going a long time. But what if you wanted to take your tiny-wheeled titan around the world? Could you make it?
Fully realized and in person sheet metal, the VL-modified Fisker Sunset concept makes a fine-looking addition to the company’s Destino lineup. Whether that’s due to some special “magic touch” from VL Automotive or due to Henrik Fisker’s deft hand being behind the original might be debatable, but one thing is not debatable: something about the […]
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a good documentary can change your vocabulary. Josh Tickell’s new film, Fields of Fuel, has just won the Audience Award for Documentary at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. The film, which opened last Monday to a standing ovation, is a sharp, compelling look at biofuels and […]
I’m here in a bitterly cold Park City, Utah, for the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Current temperature outside is 5, and the night before last registered at a polar -10 degrees F. But hey, I’m at Sundance. For the next ten days I’ll be on the lookout for films and panels pertaining to biofuels or […]