Products Of Our Time
A text about design in an age of technological revolution. It explores our relationship with the objects which surround us, arguing that contemporary design - from plastic surgery to Prozac, from landmines to Tamagotchis - is instant cultural history: a window through which we can observe ourselves and perhaps even make sense of our world. This text categorizes design in the 1990s into a number of key themes.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 177.29 x 240 x 13.97mm | 390.09g
- 01 Jun 2000
- August Media Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 130 colour, 40 b&w illustrations