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Commençant à la fin des années 60, mais plus particulièrement dans les années 70, les designers italiens de Bertone à Pinifarina ont suivi leur propre voie d'investigation. Avec leurs fantastiques bolides pointus, leur but n'était ni plus ni moins, de re-imaginer la voiture. Même si de nombreuses de leurs idées –dont beaucoup sont décrites dans les concept cars illustrés dans ce livre, ont fini dans les oubliettes du design automobile, d'autres ont eu une influence majeure, dont certaines jusqu'à nos jours. Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, reconnu pour son somptueux ouvrage photographique sur la Formule 1, a réussi à capturer avec son regard aiguisé toute cette profusion créatrice. Avec son angle artistique, les silhouettes de ces concept cars épousent des formes et des courbes, dignes de celles des mannequins. A travers ces concept cars futuristes, le lecteur est plongé dans l'esprit de cette décennie; celle qui ne cesse de nous fasciner !!!!!


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Beautiful 26 décembre 2012
Par Daniel G. Lebryk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
70s Concept Cars is an interesting look at what designers thought the future would look like. The subtitle is perfect, yesterday's dreams of the future.

This book reminds me of John Prine's, Living In The Future Song:
We are living in the future
I'll tell you how I know
I read it in the paper
Fifteen years ago
We're all driving rocket ships
And talking with our minds
And wearing turquoise jewelry

Like all concept cars, some of the future came true, but most of it didn't - we don't drive rocket ships yet George Jetson. This book focuses on Italian designers, Bertone and Pininfarina being the best known.

This is the fourth book of photographs by Rainer Schlegelmilch published by teNeuse. Schlegelmilch is a master photographer well known for his Formula 1 work (from the 1960's to today). This series of concept car photographs is equally remarkable.

He was able to identify the critical styling cues of the car and emphasize those with a beautiful model and background. At times he chose to emphasize the element and others to contrast them with the opposite element. With the Bertone Lancia Stratos Zero he places the low, wide, curved car in front of an F-104 Starfighter jet and the model dressed in a red fighter pilot uniform. One of the more remarkable images in this series is the vee shaped lines of the car, the woman standing beside the car with her legs in a vertical vee and the plane blurry just behind the car forming a horizontal vee with the nose and wings. It is a powerful picture. In another series, he chose to juxtapose a beautiful low wide yellow Ferrari with a quarry and a Caterpillar tractor. In any case, the pictures are sensual without ever crossing the line to sex like the covers of Low Rider magazine. Each photograph is carefully composed.

The book would be good if it were just a series of photographs. This book turns into something more with the text. Each car is accompanied with a one paragraph introduction by Ronald Ihrig. Ihrig puts historical perspective on each car, how it succeeded or failed, and the influence the car had on future car design. Placed within the series is another paragraph that fills in more detail about the car and the model. This history lesson makes the photographs more interesting. It is a book worth looking at for both the pictures and the articles.

As with the previous Schlegelmilch books, the printing and page layout is perfection. This is a book that feels good and is beautiful to look at. The book is 11 x 14 inches with many two page images that end up being 22 x 14. The only criticism I have is that Schlegelmilch probably used 35mm for these pictures. There is a slight softness to some of the pictures that wouldn't be present with a medium format camera. The speed of working in 35mm is understandable in Formula 1 photography, a bit less so in fashion or product photography.

This book captures an era perfectly as reflected in Italian car design. I enjoyed reading this book, even if there wasn't any turquoise jewelry.

The publisher provided me with a review copy.
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70s Concept Cars:Yesterday's Dreams of the Future(English,German and French)Pictorial/Book,,Euro-Centric book no American Cars. 9 mars 2015
Par Jose Lopez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
70s Concept Cars:Yesterday's Dreams of the Future(English,German and French)Book,This was a gift I cherish very much,Although the book should be re-titled 70s European Concept Cars because there is not One American Dream care(AMX/3 Hello?although not American entirely Or The 1968 Corvette XP880(Astro II) or The Beautiful 1970 Corvette(MidEngine)XP-882/Aerovette or the later XP895 Reynolds. Many cars worthy of being included,but the book is A Pictorial and it has beautiful photography and Beautiful Women(I object to a Church as a Background however,with a Woman with see-through shirt.)The book has alot of Ugly "Dreams". some of the Fiat cars are hideous but the way the photography has been done,the location and the pretty woman makes it better and actually takes away the focus from the ugly cars. My Personal Favorites if I have to pick would be the Ferrari 512 S Berlinetta Speciale,The Abarth 2000 Scorpione(Even though I Hate FIAT for its SocialistConnections/Founder as a Practically Semi-State Company.)And the Lamborghini Bravo despite its Hood Indentations,but these are just some of my personal favorites featured,There is One Jaguar in there but I do not want to spoil a perfectly good book,part of the reason these cars are here is the Author had wanted to do a book for a very long time and these are his period photos,which are beautiful color pictures so not much reading just captions.The book is heavy and big,I was able to receive as a nice gift to keep and on sale so no Full price which was a bargain considering how beautiful and creative some of the cars here were and are,and the others are interesting,car design nowadays is sadly something of the past.I am Glad I own this book and Will cherish it.
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Outstanding Photos - Highly Recommended 16 décembre 2012
Par C. Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
"70s Concept Cars" is a beautiful "coffee table" book featuring concept cars from various manufacturers. This is a high quality, well made book with text in English, German, and French (almost a Rosetta Stone), but the real appeal is the outstanding photos by Rainer W. Schlegelmilch.

Each car is shown with an eye to highlight the unique features and direction the manufactures were interested in promoting in their automotive development. There are some very cool looking cars that were being considered and it is interesting to see bits and elements that eventually did make it into production cars. Each car is also paired with an attractive model, often dressed in the height of '70s fashions (some are even slightly "futuristic), and posed artistically with the vehicle.

This would appeal to (or be a great gift for) anyone that loves classic cars or is nostalgic for that unique feel of the '70s.

Highly Recommended!

CFH

Note: Review copy provided by publisher
Excellent Snapshot of a Golden Age of Design 30 janvier 2014
Par Karl Ashley Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The designs pictured on the pages still influence us today – or at least they should. If you are looking to complete your automotive design or history library with a beautiful book that will inspire for years to come, this is it. Perhaps we should send a copy to all the automotive CEOs so they'll be inspired to bring us a new Golden Era of concept cars.
Amazing 28 avril 2014
Par Manoel Carlos Neto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I love automotive technology, especially special cars as are the dream cars of the 70s. This book takes us in detail the history of technological development for these cars, which feeds the passion for this subject
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