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Ax, Designed by William Renwick, Manufactured by Collins Company, 1951
Herman Miller Ad, 1951
Herman Miller Ad, 1954
Coconut Chair N° 5569 with Ottoman N° 5898, Designed by George Mulhauser, Herman Miller Inc, 1955
George Nelson and Action Office 1. Promotional photograph by Herman Miller, c.1964
Lance Wyman Working on The Graphics for The Chrysler Pavilion, 1964
In the spring of 1960, the aluminum manufacturer Aluminum Extrusions established the "First Chair in Educational Television. The company planned a series of ...
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George Nelson at the Rome Academy, c.1933
Tape Eraser, Manufactured by Dixon Crucible Company, 1963
House for the Magazine "McCall's" advertising, Architects by William Hamby and George Nelson, 1940
Lance Wyman Working on The Graphics for The Chrysler Pavilion in 1964. Lance’s Safety Poster Designs were Developed into a Product Line for Howard Miller, 1965
Mobile Prototype, Designed by Robert Gargiule, Manufactured by Trans-O-Gram, 1952-1954