Design and Food Journal 02: Pop-ups

The London Design Festival has since passed (it was held September 14 – 23), but in the myriad reports that surfaced online, one trend held my attention: the design and food pop-up.
Design and Food, food, contemporary design, exhibitions, pop-up, Arabeschi di Latte, Faye Toogood, Haptic Thought, DesignMarketo, Linda Monique, Tom Dixon, Paul Cocksedge
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Cooper-Hewitt - Pop-up book: Popeye with the Hag of the Seven Seas

Pop-up book: Popeye with the Hag of the Seven Seas American cartoonist Elzie Crisler Segar developed Thimble Theater, a series featuring Olive Oyl, Caster Oyl, and (later) Popeye, for the New York Journal in 1919. This beautifully illustrated pop-up book is one of several published by Pleasure Books in the 1930s that were inspired by comic strips. Created by Elzie Crisler Segar (18941938) Published by Pleasure Books Chicago, IL, ca. 1935 Smithsonian Institution Libraries. PN6728 .T5S45 1935
Popeye, pop-up, pop up, books, Wall Stories, Exhibition, kids, Children

Illustrated Children’s Books from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection

Over the past several weeks, I explored the Cooper-Hewitt Museum Design Museum Library’s collection of illustrated children’s books as part of the Arts Intern program through Studio in a School.
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