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Almir Mavignier, poster design for art museum Ulm, 1963. Germany. Via plakatkontor

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The Conran Shop, shopping bag, 1980s. Made by Pakright Limited, England. Via Cooper Hewitt

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Ikko Tanaka, poster design for “Contemporary expression 3 - Exhibition by seven artists”, 1995. Via Museum für Gestaltung Zürich

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Marcel Breuer at the typewriter, 1928. Via Getty Museum. 2/ Typewriter desk (B 21), design 1928, made by Thonet in 1930. Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg

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Oscar Meyer-Elbing, “Our Lord”, 1912. Germany. Heidelberg University

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Margarete Willers, wall hanging “Movement”, probably 1928-29. Linen, wool, mixed fabric. Germany. Estate of Margarete Willers, Oldenburg State Museum

The painter and weaver “Grete” Willers (1883-1977) studied at the Bauhaus Weimar from 1920 to 1922. She was given her own studio at the Bauhaus Dessau in 1927 and made weaving her profession. Willers taught the Bauhaus idea to her students as an artist and teacher and remained closely associated with the Bauhaus pedagogy of Johannes Itten and the art theory of Paul Klee. After the war, Willers was one of the Bauhaus ambassadors.

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Otto Arpke, poster for the silent movie “Das Cabinet des Dr. Cagliari”, 1920. Germany

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Lucian Bernhard, poster for light bulb by Osram, before 1914. Germany.

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Dieter Rams, Flashlight EF 1 – the first model of the series “hobby”, 1958. Max Braun oHG design department. Color diapositive. Rat für Formgebung, Deutsche Fotothek

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form und zweck 1956–1990. The »professional journal of industrial design« from East Berlin – German Democratic Republic. Download all volumes via SLUB Dresden

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