Art of Retro-Futurism in Jack Wang’s Tva Computer Design – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Art of Retro-Futurism in Jack Wang’s Tva Computer Design

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The TVA Multifunctional Computer, inspired by Marvel’s “Loki,” merges retro charm with futuristic technology, crafted by 3D modeler Jack Wang.

This computer incorporates elements of 1960s retro-futurism with modern features, combining a classic spherical design with a full-size keyboard and various functional buttons. It stands out for its detailed design, featuring yellow and orange accents, appealing to both tech enthusiasts and fans of the series. This piece exemplifies the blend of past and future in design, capturing the spirit of innovation and creativity from the “Loki” series.

More: Artstation h/t: beautifullife

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