A biography of the life and work of the American designer, Walter Dorwin Teague (1883-1960).
As a determined and ambitious man from a tiny rural town in Indiana, Walter Dorwin Teague struck out on his own to find his dream in New York City. After developing a career as an illustrator, he found himself bored in an unfulfilling career. After a trip to Europe, Teague found inspiration in modern art, design and architecture and he decided to create a new profession: industrial design. This decision led to the design of many great items such as the classic Kodak camera, Steinway pianos, Steuben glassware, Boeing Aircraft and more.
Selected for the Newport Beach Film Festival, San Diego Design Film Festival, Trail Dance Film Festival and the IDSA International Conference 2014.
The DVD contains 10 minutes of extra interview footage with Bill Moggridge, Harry Teague, and Prof. Craig Vogel.
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