Postmodern wall clock designed by Nathalie du Pasquier and George Sowden and manufactured by Neos, Italy 1988. This clock represents the Memphis period at its best, the style and color usage are completely where that period stood for. Du Pasquier and Sowden were 2 of the most important members of the Memphis movement. They designed things that changed the industry in the 1980s. This clock is in very good original condition, fully working on an AA battery.
Nathalie du Pasquier / George Sowden
Holland / Belgium:
35 - 50
50 - 75
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