Posted By David Licata on August 23, 2013
Today is my birthday so you’ll excuse me if I’m feeling a little nostalgic. Here are some photos of things from my childhood that I still own.
You can see the some of the View Master Project Apollo images here. They are wonderful dioramas.
You can hear transmissions from the Mercury flights at NASA’s Connect Sounds site.
I used some images captured by the Kodak Instamatic in a nonfiction piece called Camera Obsura.
Here are some images that little movie camera captured.
Do you still have things you owned as a child? What are they?
If you want to contribute to A Life’s Work, you can do so via Artspire, an initiative of the New York Foundation for the Arts. Donating is easy ($5 – to you name it!) and that money will be earmarked for this film, spent responsibly, and will be a tax deduction for you.
There are other ways you can support A Life’s Work that don’t involve money. Why not do it? It won’t hurt.