The Spring 2007 issue of Atomic Ranch features a fresh and newly redesigned masthead logo. However, while the surface has changed, the content continues with featuring the same love and admiration for all things mid-century modern. The current issue features the publisher's own 1962 ranch style Portland home they recently moved to after living in SoCal for the last 20 years. It goes into detail the home's history, problems, and end results, including the process they went through in moving, repairing, and restoring. Also in the issue: • (pg. 35) A beautifully shot piece on collecting Midcentury Modern Art Glass • (pg. 44) A feature on the great Eichler home of a couple in Orange, that includes a room devoted to a large Barbie collection. • (pg. 56) A fun "space age" ranch home in Central Florida • (pg. 67) The fantastically preserved Wilson house in Temple Texas, that was the home of Ralph Wilson, a plastics manufacturer in the late 50's, whose home served as a showcase for their products. It was also used for photoshoot for its ads. It features many then, cutting edge techiniques, and for the past eight years has been restored to its 1959 grandeur and can be viewed by the public by appointment. On newstands now... check out their website for more info.