Newsprint pads, the same stuff your newspaper is printed on, were far cheaper than other sketch pads and were very popular at Pratt Institute where I did my graduate work in Industrial Design in 1957–58.
A fascinating look into the world of design in the late 1950s
“Jay got a hold of me and invited my son and me to the NBC studios and a day at his “Big Dog” garage in Burbank.”
The Monza GT tipped me over the edge.
The Firebird III is an extraordinary car representative of an “anything goes” optimistic age now long gone.