Aaron James Draplin has been collecting agricultural crop notebooks from the early 20th century and uploading them to his eye-catching database for us all to gawk at.
Take a seat. (If you can work out how to.)
Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. (Or cars that, you know, actually exist.)
Watch as this furniture maker turns the underside of a bridge into a totally workable (and probably illegal) studio space.
Don’t fight it.
Air control towers are some of the most high-pressure environments in the world. At least they look pretty.
This 17th-century map of the Earth without its oceans is a highly technical, strangely religious oddity – and one you can hang on your wall if you grab a copy of Smith Journal volume 30.
Despite inventing dozens of groundbreaking fonts in the 1920s, most of W.A. Dwiggins' creations never saw the light of day. Until now.
Gangs in the '70s and '80s meant business – so much so that many even had their own business cards. A book by urban historian Brandon Johnson looks at 60 of the best.
Wish public transport was a tad more, well, private? These single-passenger rail vehicles could be the ticket.
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