Below I have listed the designers that are part of the exhibition. With a few photographs that I took on the night. Its definitely worth a visit to catch all the lovely designs. The exhibition runs until 31st March 2018. Many thanks for the invite from the museum, I will definitely be back for more exhibitions.
Amongst other designers, Dorrit Dekk, FHK Henrion and Hans Schleger. Berthold Wolpe, Tibor Reich, Stan Krol, Dorrit Dekk, Elizabeth Friedlander, Sir Misha Black, George Him, Jan Le Witt, Jackeline Greag, Hans Unger, Hans Schmoller, Arnold Rothholz, Romek Marber, Willy Majo, Manfred Weiss.
Born in 1926 in Vienna, Tom came to Britain in 1942 after escaping with his parents from Nazi occupied Europe. He studied aeronautical engineering and became one of the well known British Industrial Designers. He became famous for his Bond Bug cars with its distinct orange colour, he oversaw the design of the Bush Radio, the Raleigh bike including Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder for the Star Wars films.
Photographs of the exhibition
These photographs are from the exhibition but Tom Karen wasn’t able to make it on the day, but he came back another time together with some Bond bugs the iconic car he invented in the 1970s.