Posts Tagged ‘1960s’

Triumph of 20th Century Technology

September 6, 2013

Triumph of 20th Century Technology

This week marks the 50th Anniversary of a, um, highlight of Sixties psychedelic paraphernalia, the Lava Lamp. Created by inventor, RAF pilot, and nudist Edward Craven-Walker (1918 – 2000), the glowing glass of goop was first brought to market in the UK as the Mathmos Astro Lamp in 1963. In Sixties America, no dorm room or hippie crashpad was home without a Lava Lamp.  Just ask your groovy grandma, youngster.


Someday @ Christmas

December 25, 2012

“Someday at Christmas,” by Ron Miller and Bryan Wells, sung by Stevie Wonder.

Happy Holidays.

H/T: Jerry Canavan


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