Courtesy of the industrious Boing Boing, waste away this Monday morning marveling at the amazing consumer advancement of the shimmering chromium 50’s future with the Populexe films, showing futuristic dreams and a Kitchen of the Future.
- In this surreal musical, a lovely brunette is introduced to the joys the “Kitchen of Tomorrow” furnished with a machine that reads recipes off computer cards, a glass-walled refrigerator, and an hemispherical glass oven that seems to be able to make a cake complete with lighted birthday candles on top.
At Motorama, she gets quite excited by the looks of the Firebird II, calls the traffic dispatch center by radio, then, accompanied by her “prince charming”, she rides onto the electronic highway of tomorrow and sings a duet linking their love to technological progress.
Man, I want to live in George Jetson’s world already.
Populexe Retro-Futuristic Movies [We Make Money, Not Art]