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Midcentury Modern Design and the Anxiety of Selling Out

Midcentury Modern Design and the Anxiety of Selling Out


Garth Huxtable (U.S.A., 1911–1989), Design for Millers Falls drill, view from the side, detail c. 1950. Pencil and crayon on vellum mounted on board. Gift of Ada Louise Huxtable and L. Garth Huxtable, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (2013.M.2) © J. Paul Getty Trust


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Read Hyperallergic's coverage of Creativity on the Line: Design for the Corporate World, 1950–1975 from May 26, 2017.