A Century of Celebrating Child’s Play
MOMA’s beautiful new exhibit, Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900 - 2000, focuses on how children and childhood were a springboard for progressive design throughout the 20th century.
The exquisite interactive website is divided into seven chronological sections highlighting major design innovations ranging from clothing, toys and games, to furniture and books. The site also features a family activity guide, complete with questions and activities in which parents and kids can explore the exhibit together.
This mesmerizing site will keep you occupied for hours, and if you can, catch the real thing at the MOMA running till November 2012. [Source: MOMA Century of the Child]
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