Antonio Citterio, modular seating system Sity, 1986. B&B Italia.
Philippe Starck, Portable color TV ZEO Galaxy 36 KID, 1995. Made by Normende, Germany. Photo: Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, A. Laurenzo.
Claudia Langer & Gregor Wöltje, awareness campaign for MTV, 1994. Egoist / Bitch / Loser / Slut – Welcome home. Photography Daniel Josefsohn. Start Agency, Munich. For MTV Music Television Germany. Via eMuseum
A 20 year old campaign, that’s still looking all right. The only sign of age: the lack of tattoos.
Rodolfo Bonetto, armchair Melaina, 1970. Italy. Exhibition 2006, Il Cosmo Driade, Neue Sammlung, Munich
Michael English, poster Bubble Gum, 1970. Motif Editions, London. Via eMuseum
René Blaser, poster On the Sony side - Sony Hi-Fi Radio TV Phono Video, 1975. For Seyffer & Co. AG, Switzerland. Via eMuseum
Voyager Watchman FD-20, 1984. VHF & UHF tuner, b/w. Sony Tokyo.
Francis Barraud, His masters voice, 1899. It became the name and image of the record label later known as HMV. Via ganzomag
Clive Sinclair, pocket TV Microvision MTV1, 1977. Source
Joe Colombo, Multichair, 1970. Steel and polyurethane foam. Re-edition by B-Line, Italy.
Rodolfo Bonetto, TV Linea 1, 1969. Made by Autovox, Italy. Via Museum für Gestaltung Zürich.
Nishimiya Masaaki, artwork for portable TV ad, 1970. National, a defunct brand used by Panasonic. It was launched in 1927 by Konosuke Matsushita, initially selling bicycle lamps. Japan. Via eMuseum.
Panasonic, advertisement for TravelVision portable TV, 1968. Just slightly ahead of our time. Japan. Source
Dieter Rams, prototype for a portable TV, no date. From the exhibition Less is more, Frankfurt 2010. Via Rene Spitz flickr & Gizmodo
Roy Kuhlman, cover design for Satori in Paris by Jack Kerouac, 1966. Grove Press. Source