Great to see that american industrial design is more than Raymond Loewy, Walter Dorwin Teague and Henry Dreyfuss.
Danielle Shapiro is the author of the first biography of industrial designer John Vassos.
“John Vassos was the first chair of IDSA.
The book examines the industrial designer who made history with the spectacular 1939 World’s Fair premiere of the first, mass-produced, television receiver. “This is his legacy,” writes Shapiro. “shaping the way we interact with our media technologies.” –
More about the book at JOHN VASSOS
Follow Danielle Shapiro at @johnvassosnews