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George Sowden Horizontal Tin

Ush 55,964 Non-Member
Ush 50,368 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
MoMA Exclusive Online Only

George Sowden Horizontal Tin

Ush 55,964 Non-Member
Ush 50,368 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Red/ Yellow/ Blue

Size:  One Size

Item# 24152-168317 In Stock
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MoMA Exclusive: Adorned with the kind of colorful and energetic patterns that designer George Sowden is known for, this versatile tin has multiple functions. Use it to store dry ingredients, keepsakes, photos, jewelry, art supplies, small toys, candy, shell and rock collections—the possibilities are endless. George Sowden is a founding member of the Memphis Design Group and Memphis designs are represented in MoMA’s collection. The George Sowden Horizontal Tin has a lid, is made from plated tin and measures 3h x 5w x 8"d.

  • Designer
    George Sowden
  • Size
    3h x 5w x 8"d
  • Material
    Tinplate
  • Year of Design
    2022
  • Origin
    China

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George Sowden
George Sowden

George Sowden has been designing objects that improve the functions of everyday life for nearly 50 years. Because of their interesting shapes and distinct color palettes, these designs also seem to double as sculptures. He has conceived products for the Danish brand HAY and also his own company, SOWDEN, such as his recent lighting collection. In the 1970s he moved from the UK to Milan where he worked with Italian design icons such as Olivetti and Ettore Sottsass. Sowden was a founding member of the Memphis Group where he created designs that challenged the standard notions of objects and function.

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