Art Plastic: Designed for Living

By: DiNoto, Andrea

Price: $20.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, minor handling wear]. Trade PB (B&W/color photographs) An extensively illustrated historical and cultural examination of the development and manufacture of plastic, and the myriad uses to which it has been put. After an introductory section covering the history of plastics and some of the basic styles, the book is divided into the following sections: Vanities (jewelry, hair ornaments, buttons, etc.); Necessities (kitchen equipment, containers, napkin rings, etc.); Pastimes (table games, phones, cameras, radios, etc.); Playthings (novelties, trains, dolls, construction toys, etc.); and Comforts of Home (furniture, stacking systems, lamps, etc.). A fabulous book. ***NOTE: Additional shipping charges for this heavy book may apply for non-U.S. customers, or for Priority Mail shipping within the U.S.; if this causes you concern, please inquire before placing your order.***

Title: Art Plastic: Designed for Living

Author: DiNoto, Andrea

Illustrator: Illustrated by (photography) David Arky

Categories: Art and Photography, Art and Artists,

Edition: 3rd printing

Publisher: New York, Abbeville Press: (c.1984)

ISBN Number: 0-89659-696-6

ISBN Number 13: 9780896596962

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 10402

Keywords: Plastics Household Goods Invention Interior Decoration Toys