Thursday, 8 September 2011

Museum of Obsolete Objects

Those at Jung von Matt/next fondly remember the times without mobile phones and internet, and to see the photos you have taken you would have to wait until they had been printed. 

Even though a digital form of these items has been created, the charm of the originals can never be replaced. That is why they created Museum of Obsolete Objects. It is a 'place to house and exhibit those fading memories, and to show future generations the lost technological marvels of the 20th century'.

The site is a YouTube channel and houses a wide range of videos, for example, the rotary telephone:

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