Toys and the Modernist Tradition

CAD 9.95

Toys and the Modernist Tradition

CAD 9.95

Toys and the Modernist Tradition observes early twentieth-century notions of modernism as interpreted by toy manufacturers, often with the collaboration of architects. The toys produced were inspired by the new built forms, with bright colours and materials such as plastic.

Essays by Detlef Mertins and Howard Shubert
Graphic design by Glenn Goluska

Published in 1993
Bilingual English-French edition
Softcover, 44 pages

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