21-10-2016Seven Images for Old Time's SakeThis week, we dug into our archives dating all the way back to the early 1950s; a gold mine storing decades worth of sketches, photographs, and projects. Looking back, here are 7 images that make us feel a little more nostalgic than usual. PartagerFacebookTwitterLinkedInGSM ProjectIn the early 1960s, a brand new metro car makes its way to the tracks. A proud moment for GSM's founders who designed the cars and logo for Montreal's new metro system.GSM ProjectMorley Smith, one of GSM's three original founders, immerses himself in a maquette created for Expo 67. GSM ProjectA working file from one of our earliest projects: Wayfinding for the Montreal metro system. GSM ProjectAn illustration by graphic designer Laurent Marquart, one of GSM's original founders. We like to think this image gives us a good idea of what the office was like back when it all began. GSM ProjectA maquette created for a project produced at Montreal's Place des Arts in 1970. Those people you see on stage are in fact figurines.GSM ProjectIn 1976, after 7 years of hard work, GSM's Morley Smith launches a prototype for "GSM Taxi".GSM ProjectA concept drawing created for a pavilion at Expo 67. There's something about those watercolors that makes this sketch so magical.