Post-Modernism

Postmodernism departs from canonized depiction of art, design, and society by providing a shocking blend of performance and theory. Ranging from over the top to luxurious, Postmodern designers focused on the idea of a social apocalypse. Postmodernism juxtaposes and contradicts the idealized view modernists intended. By the 1980’s, Postmodernism became the preferred style of corporate America and consumerism.

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W.W. Stool

Philippe Starck

Whistling Bird Teakettle

Michael Graves

Cross Check™ Chair

Frank Gehry

Picnic Flatware

David Tisdale

Plywood Chair

Jasper Morrison

Queen Anne Side Chair

Robert Venturi

Bel Air Chair

Peter Shire

Carlton

Ettore Sottsass

Jack Light

Tom Dixon

Felt Chair

Marc Newson

Onlyou Table

Carlo Forcolini

Bi Bip Floor Lamps

Achille Castiglioni

Kuramata Glass Chair

Shiro Kuramata

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