Somehow, this clock speaks to depression with both a “D” and a small one.
Was this delightful streamlined thermostat the work of Gilbert Rhode or Henry Dreyfuss? Well, neither. But someone just as influential.
Roland Stickney, who made cars look fast and streamlined, did the same for restaurants.
Some people have gotten the idea that Lawson and Pennwood were the first digital clocks. Not by a long shot.
Toasters were the perfect blank canvas for crisp new Art Deco and Streamline Moderne styles.
John L. Hancock’s design for Chicago’s Mastercrafter’s Company is interesting in many ways.
You may not be familiar with designer George Walker’s work but you’ve seen it.
Who better than Mr. Ohm to design a light fixture?