“Teague: Design and Beauty,” a documentary by Jason Morris, associate professor of industrial design at Western Washington University, focuses on the life of Walter Dorwin Teague, known for the Kodak Brownie cameras, Texaco’s art deco gas stations, the Polaroid desk lamp, and hundreds of other designs.
The documentary, which screens at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 8, at Pickford Film Center, 1318 Bay St., uncovers the mysteries of Teague’s life through hand-drawn illustrations, photographs, product designs, interviews, animation, and film. The documentary premiered in Austin, Texas, at the Industrial Designers Society of America International Conference, and is now being exhibited at film festivals, museums and universities around the country.
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