One sometimes imagines how it will look in the life of mankind over many years. Many of us have been waiting 21, 2015 to see how the predictions from Back to the future proved accurate. Unfortunately, we still don't have flying cars and skateboards. But have you ever wondered how past generations have imagined our time?
A series of illustrations called "France in the year 2000" was created by Jean-Marc côté and other French artists between 1899 and 1910, Each illustration features presentations by artists about how life would look like in 2000. It may seem incredible, but the first series of images was printed as a decoration for cigarette packs, which were sold at the world fair in 1900. Later, according to Public Domain Review, based on the illustrations made the cards.
(Total 15 photos)
Looks like they think that knowledge can simply be pumped into the brain. Okay, now we have the Internet, but it's still not easy.
Not sure that this somehow simplifies the task.
Agricultural technology, of course, have gone in the last 100 years.
Forget about evolution and the laws of nature, you can simply deflate monstrous Chicks from the incubator.
Maybe it is the precursor of modern houses on wheels?
Sadly, but some professions still involve human interaction.
Levers and machines are needed everywhere.
It was assumed that these are the sewing machines that can create the suit instantly.
Samoigrayuschy orchestra. iPod would have blown their minds.
Helicopters... well, almost.
After the crash of the "Hindenburg" in 1937, the airships was suddenly out of fashion.
Winged fire is also in favor.
And my postman still rides his bike.
The winged police officer stops hovering by the rules of brats.