Rolly Crump (previously) was one of the weirdest, most bohemian of the original group of Imagineers; when he was tasked with developing concepts for the oft-stalled and perennially beleaguered Disneyland Haunted Mansion, he came up with the Museum of the Weird, a guided walkthrough spook house filled with mystical illusions, and psychedelic, daemonic imagery.
Starting July 10, you can bid on TRS-80 computers, dot matrix printers, Realistic speakers, shortwave receivers, old catalogs, and company “memorabilia” from the bowels of bankrupt RadioShack. From the auction site:
From humble beginnings in Boston in 1921, over the past 95 years RadioShack established itself as a globally recognizedRead More
Claire Voon takes a fascinating look at engraver Joseph Strutt’s illustrations of strange medieval party games, many of which involve beating the hell out of other guests. report this ad
Via Hyperallergic, a look at Strutt’s 1801 book Glig-Gamena Angel-Deod, Or, The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, a copyRead More