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Title “What Industrial Design Means” display from the Britain Can Make It Exhibition, 1946
Collection Design Council Archive
Creator Design Council/Council of Industrial Design
Date 1946
Description Britain Can Make It Exhibition, 1946. One of the features is the section 'What Industrial Design Means'. With telling simplicity shows the birth of an egg cup from the designer's desk to the breakfast table. The chicken which sets the problems for the designers is shown here. Designed by Misha Black OBE FSIA.
Id Number Current Accession C314
Id Number Current Repository DCA0564
Location Current Repository University of Brighton Design Archives
Location Former Repository Council of Industrial Design, London
Subject Britain; Exhibitions; Britain Can Make It; What Industrial Design Means; Birth of an Egg Cup; Hens; Design Research Unit; Misha Black
Material negative - glass
Relation Part Of Exhibiting Britain: Display and national identity 1946 - 1967
Relation References Britain Can Make It Exhibition, 1946
Work Type photographic negative

 

 

 

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