Fun designs for domestic objects. American. Michael Graves, designer (1934-2015).

Sugarbowl. Designed 1980, produced after 1983.
Sugarbowl. Designed as part of an initiative by the Italian company Alessi to promote the relationship between architecture and industrial design. Designed 1980, produced after 1983. Silver, plastic, aluminum, and enamel. Fratelli Alessi, manufacturer. © Estate of the designer. Image © Dallas Museum of Art. Fair use license. via https://collections.dma.org/artwork/5329809
Walking canes. ca. 2014.
Walking canes. ca. 2014. Design collaboration with Kimberly-Clark. © Estate of the artist. Image © Wally Gobetz/Flickr. Cc0 License 4.0. via https://www.flickr.com/photos/wallyg/15350990283/in/photolist-kgQRt-7BPHK1-8YeWgw-34xLgd-qk6QXz-7BPJgN-povQAg-pohi3o-qkgxdv-fDdjz2-Kckxb-amHEWZ-5rEsFR-4U7WRa-5SLKsV-4KmrJA-4KmrKu-83PheS-4KhaDg-3nSGEW-qkdbvG-qkdbro-an8yoj-34Ydj3-4KhaMc-yba8B-q3HBjG-78Pvv5-pohi7G-8HoLve-XXKFK-hzB1
MICHAEL_GRAVES_TEA_KETTLE
Tea kettle. © Estate of the artist. Image courtesy of Target. Fair use license. via https://www.familyhandyman.com/smart-homeowner/target-designer-throwbacks/

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