airline: identity, design & culture is on my christmas wish list

from utilitarian to luxury, from sensible to chic, the evolution of air travel is one of the most dramatic and fascinating reflections of our changing culture, and it is colorfully and whimsically documented in this unique collection of photographs and entertaining text.

don’t mind if i do.

interior of hugh hefner’s private jet, suitably skanky:

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  1. How groovy are these girls?! Whenever I wear a neck scarf I feel like an air hostess. The air hostesses these days (the South African ones at least) look like they’re imprisoned in their polyester.

  2. life long dream of mine to either design the CI for an airline or actually FLY for an airline… one may come sooner than the other… :)

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