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Museu Oscar Niemeyer (MON) (Curitiba, 2002) / Oscar Niemeyer

Museu Oscar Niemeyer (MON) (Curitiba, 2002) / Oscar Niemeyer

Museu Oscar Niemeyer

Museu Oscar Niemeyer

The Niterói Contemporary Art Museum designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

The Niterói Contemporary Art Museum designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

Syd Mead concept art of a street scene for the film Blade Runner.

Syd Mead concept art of a street scene for the film Blade Runner.

Syd Mead concept art of cityscape for the film Blade Runner.

Syd Mead concept art of cityscape for the film Blade Runner.

The Sky Tower. Still from the film Oblivion directed by Joseph Kosinski and designed by Darren Gilford.

The Sky Tower. Still from the film Oblivion directed by Joseph Kosinski and designed by Darren Gilford.

Ken Adam concept design for the James Bond film "Moonraker" (1979).

Ken Adam concept design for the James Bond film "Moonraker" (1979).

Ken Adam concept design for the James Bond film "You Only Live Twice" (1967).

Ken Adam concept design for the James Bond film "You Only Live Twice" (1967).

Design and illustration by Syd Mead from the book "Senteniel" (1971). "WonderWall" concept painting for Playboy, 1971. "The TV screen in this illustration is shown in its alternative mode - that of a liquid-crustal light show."

Design and illustration by Syd Mead from the book "Senteniel" (1971). "WonderWall" concept painting for Playboy, 1971. "The TV screen in this illustration is shown in its alternative mode - that of a liquid-crustal light show."

Design and illustration by Syd Mead from the book "Senteniel" (1971).  Superhighways, Approach to the City.  Mead: "If you've ever looked down on a major [highway] interchange you couldn't have helped but admire the very definite swings and tensions of the road curvatures, interlocking lanes and off-ramps, all based on precise control of the kinetic energy flowing over them."

Design and illustration by Syd Mead from the book "Senteniel" (1971). Superhighways, Approach to the City. Mead: "If you've ever looked down on a major [highway] interchange you couldn't have helped but admire the very definite swings and tensions of the road curvatures, interlocking lanes and off-ramps, all based on precise control of the kinetic energy flowing over them."