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biografía de Walter Dorwin TEAGUE (1883-1960)

Lugar de nacimiento: Decatur, IN

Lugar de defunción: Flemington, NJ.

Direcciones: NYC

Profesión: Industrial designer, advertising artist

Estudios: ASL; G. Bridgman

Exposiciones: he was on the Board of Design, WFNY, 1939, and was responsible for the gear-shaped design of the Ford Building and its Cycle of Production exhibit; the diorama for U.S. Steel; and other exhibits at the fair

Asociaciones: Am. Soc. Indst. Des. (f. & past pres.); AIGA (past pres.); Royal Des. for Industry, Great Britain (hon.); SI, 1913; Arch. Lg.; Grolier C.

Comentarios: Positions: senior partner, Walter Dorwin Teague Assoc., NYC; des. counsel for: Eastman Kodak Co. (for over thirty years); Boeing Airplane Co.; Ford Motor Co.; A.B. Dick Co.; E.I. Du Pont de Nemours Co.; Scripto, Inc.; Ritter, Inc.; Polaroid Corp.; Sevel, Inc.; Texaco Co.; Barcalo Mfg. Co. Among his (and his firm's) designs were the Baby Brownie camera, c. 1935; the Marmon 16 automobile, 1932; and service station designs for Texaco, 1934-37. Lecturer on Design, Harvard Univ.; NY Univ.; Univ. Wisconsin; MIT; McGill Univ.; Am. Univ., Beirut, etc. Author: Design This Day"; "Land of Plenty" "Flour for Man's Bread" (with Dr. John Storck); "You Can't Ignore Murder" (with Ruth Mills Teague).

Fuentes: WW59; WW40; Jeffrey Meikle, Twentieth Century Limited: Industrial Design in America, 1925-39, Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press, 1979."

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