1970 Pepsi Pavilion Blows Minds To This Day
Pictured is the Pepsi Pavilion at the 1970 World Expo in Osaka. Greg Allen says it best:
Holy freakin' crap, why has no one told me The Pepsi Pavilion at the 1970 World Expo in Osaka was an origami rendition of a geodesic dome; obscured in a giant mist cloud produced by an all-encompassing capillary net; surrounded by Robert Breer's motorized, minimalist pod sculptures; entered through an audio-responsive, 4-color laser show--yes, using actual, frickin' lasers-- and culminating in a 90-foot mirrored mylar dome, which hosted concerts, happenings, and some 2 million slightly disoriented Japanese visitors?
Geodesic; mist; 4-color laser show; mirrored mylar. After those words we don't even need to know the rest of the details.
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