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This was surely the first camera owned by so many of my age, the Kodak Instamatic 133, designed by Kenneth Grange (subject of the current exhibition at the Design Museum in London).
Via: Iain Claridge
The great thing about Kenneth Grange’s classic parking meter was that, like all good pieces of functional design, it became part of the landscape, blending into invisibility until you parked your car alongside and were required to use it.
Kenneth Grange: Making Modern Britain, at London’s Design Museum, celebrates the work of Britain’s leading product designer.
A fascinating web-based project that shows the averaged color of the New York City sky (which is updated every 5 minutes).
Fabulous set of 16 images by Elizabeth Raab for Ducati. They’re available as framed numbered editions in various sizes.
Great photographs at nytimes.com by Jamey Stillings of the construction of the Hoover Dam Bypass bridge, Colorado.