Daniel Weil: Time Machines 11.06.14

  • Time for All Clocks; Timber is a warning call, when a tree becomes wood, March 1994

  • Placing the 8,000-Year-Old Pot in Archaeology Wing, Israel Museum, February 2008

  • Drawings for airline cutlery on air-mail envelope paper with first class in mind, April 1999

  • 2x4 Tango, radios line-up for the Memphis show, July 1982

  • Nerja, Spain – Balcon de Europa, July 1982

An exhibition at the Design Museum opens up Daniel Weil’s sketchbooks and personal archives for the first time

The first museum exhibition devoted to the career of Pentagram partner Daniel Weil is on at the Design Museum in London.

Time Machines: Daniel Weil’s Art of Design focuses on the process of design – how Weil thinks and works. Nearly all his designs begin life as simple pencil drawings in one of the hundreds of hardback sketchbooks that he has filled over the decades. Here are some of his sketches.






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