The 1970s Electronics Collector

The 1970s Electronics Collector

Anthony Nguyen
Feb 2, 2010

The 1970s were a great time for post-midcentury modern gadges. Pieces like Weltron 8-track players and Toot-a-Loops were everywhere and the future was in. Unfortunately, we don't see much of these anymore. Most of them have ended up collecting dust or have settled in a landfill. Luckily for us, Flickr member Jessica Nicole is one of the few who have continued to embrace the space aged tradition and has generously shared her fanciful obsession with the gizmos of the time with the rest of us.

However, space aged tech doesn't work without a proper backdrop. According to Mid-Century Modernist, yellow Broyhill desk and plastic furniture can be found in Dullsville, USA (Good one, Stephen) pretty much anywhere. One can only guess what lengths Jessica must have gone through to find all of those tech goodies to begin with.

[Via Mid-Century Modernist]

[Images: Jessica.Nicole]

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