Saturday, September 25, 2010

The Future, as Envisioned 22 Years Ago

Except for the then-current faux radiator-type grille, I wasn't too into heritage cues back in the '80s. I was looking forward to a Brave New World of ultra-aerodynamics and 200 mph top speeds, everything short of flying. I did many of these renderings sitting at my desk/drawing board in Manhattan during lunch time or after the newspaper or magazine's 2 pm deadline was met each day. We printed in New Jersey and it was part of my responsibility to stay in the office until I got the call from the printer that the publication was on-press and running smoothly, which was usually around 7 pm. I had time to doodle, especially if it wasn't a big week on the catwalks and if no one in the fashion world had died, lol.


  1. Watching the Mecum Auto Auction on HDTV. Interesting, think you would like it.

  2. God I wish you where the lead designer at Lincoln and this is what was introduced in 1990! Lincoln would have been a force to be reckoned with!