Tim Sumner's collection nostalgically reflects on a more innocent design era

Date
1 November 2012
Reading Time
1 minute read

To Have & To Hold is a reflective reminder of the objects that visually flow through our lives everyday. By presenting these seemingly insignificant consumer giveaways ranging from the early 1970s to the late 1980s, Tim Sumner allows us to revel in what feels like a more innocent design age, “an era of the logo type rather than the brand, the filo fax as opposed to the mobile, the fax machine instead of the internet and a time when the word virtual had not yet become a reality.” Prepare to lose some of your day on this….

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Tim Sumner: To Have and To Hold

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