Today’s Dream, Tomorrow’s Reality

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“After World War Two, artists and advertising agencies wanted to sell a bright and hopeful future. But they were also working to produce something that their audience would recognize and find plausible. As H. G. Wells said: “Anyone can invent human beings inside out or worlds like dumbbells or gravitation that repels. The thing that makes such imagination interesting is their translation into commonplace terms and rigid exclusion of the other marvels of the story. Then it becomes human.””

Read How Ad Men Invented The Future

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Published by Wells Baum

A daily blogger who connects the dots between arts and life.

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