Centuries-Old Craft Can Evolve To Meet Today’s Product Design Needs [Pics]

Centuries-Old Craft Can Evolve To Meet Today’s Product Design Needs [Pics]
Design

The 'Man Made' exhibition showcases how handmade objects can be translated into contemporary forms.

Stephen Fortune
  • 11 april 2011

Craft is proving to be an incredibly versatile area of human experience, enduring the increasing amount of digital interaction we conduct and evolving through nimble digital:analog crossovers.

And amid the recent clamour and excitement over what 3D printing will mean for the future of product design comes Stephen Burk’s ‘Man Made’  exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem, a stunning celebration of human craft, and an important touchstone for all those concerned with designing functional and beautiful products.

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