The years before 1885 were The Bad Old Days, if you’re a fan of four wheeled, self-propelled transportation. To get anywhere you walked or rode a horse, perched on a tippy bicycle, or if you were lucky, boarded a steam-powered locomotive. Lucky for you, a smattering of geniuses were working on a new idea: the “horseless carriage,” the ancestor of today’s cars.
Remember Raymond Loewy’s illustrative chart showing the evolution of form factors over the decades? Inspired by this, NeoMam studios created their own version in a promotional for SavingSpot. They’ve overlapped categories with Loewy with cars and telephones but went more product-design-based with home stereos, TVs, vacuum cleaners, fans, headphones and