Scissors, dating back 3,000 to 4,000 years to Mesopotamia, illustrate human ingenuity and adaptation. Their varied designs reflect specific applications, historical periods, regional craftsmanship, and advancements in technology. Today, China dominates the global scissor industry, although several countries contribute unique designs.
Industrial Design (Page 8)
The selection of design posts and articles about the last 150 years of industrial design is a fascinating journey through the evolution of modern technology. From the early days of mass production in the late 19th century to the sleek, minimalist designs of today, this collection offers a comprehensive overview of the major trends and movements that have shaped industrial design over the years.
You’ll discover how designers have responded to changing social, economic, and cultural conditions, from the rise of consumerism in the 1920s to the emergence of sustainability as a key concern in recent decades. Along the way, you’ll encounter some of the most iconic products and brands in history, including Apple, Coca-Cola, and IKEA.
Whether you’re a designer looking for inspiration or simply interested in learning more about this fascinating field, this collection is sure to offer something new and exciting.