Like many grand ideas, Disneyland needed outside funding to get started. In the '50s, however, you couldn't just render your idea and post it on a website. You needed to make your pitch artwork by hand. Which is exactly what... - From http://uncrate.com/article/1953-disneyland-presentation-map/
In the '50s, however, you couldn't just render your idea and post it on a website.
The four band members are positioned around a central drumhead and the band's name is laid out on the ground before them, appearing with other elements that would eventually make it into the final design.
Dad always taught you to be prepared, and with the Leatherman Signal Multi-Tool, you'll be ready for whatever comes your way.
These first-editions are likely to become even more collectible as the years go on, but if they're a little more than you typically spend on dead trees, we'd recommend the recent Penguin Modern Classics edition, with a cover design from David Pearson that's among the best we've ever seen.
Painted for McQueen by Von Dutch, the Bell helmet was on McQueen's head as he raced in the Gulf Porsche at Sebring and Holtville in 1970.