In Kid Made Modern, designer Todd Oldham shares his love and admiration for mid-century design through 52 creative, colorful, and thoughtful projects for kids.
One part design primer and two parts handmade fun, Kid Made Modern introduces children to modern design heroes with brief, playful biographies and simple-to-make craft projects using inexpensive, easily accessible, and often recycled materials.
From a cardboard box fort inspired by architect Luis Barragán to painted paper window decorations inspired by designer Russel Wright, the projects in this book are both engaging and educational. Other featured artists include Alexander Calder, Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, Isamu Noguchi, Paul Rand, Eva Zeisel, and many more.
A design treasure in its own right, bursting with gorgeous photography and layouts, Kid Made Modern is sure to be treasured by kids and parents alike.
Author — Todd Oldham.
Paperback. 188 pages. 8½" × 11" (22 cm × 28 cm).
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