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Kenneth Grange - Kodak camera designer (Updated)

The Design Museum, London, is holding a retrospective of Britain’s leading product designer titled Kenneth Grange - Making Britain Modern. Grange was responsible for designing some of the most iconic and familiar products and appliances that shape our daily lives. These include Kodak cameras such as the Instamatic range during the late 1950s-1970s. The exhibition is well worth visiting.

Correspondence between Kodak and Grange is held in the Kodak Historical Archive at the British Library.

More details are here:

The exhibition is at: Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD. Open: 10.00 -17.45 daily. Last admission: 17.15. Admissions: £10.00 Adults, £9.00 Concessions, £6.00 Students under 12s Free.
T: 020 7940 8790 W: 

The photographs below show the entrance of the exhibition and part of the exhibit dealing with the Instamatic camera - which is just part of the photographic/Kodak content.  


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