74 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 73 are shown here).
Bone Chaise, designed by Joris Laarman, 2006, Polyurethan-based resin, Edition 12 of 12
Opella 500 series taps, designed by Martyn Rowlands and manufactured by IMI Developments Ltd.
Pic slide rule, designed by company's design staff with Norman Stevenson and manufactured by A G Thornton.
Hors doeuvre tray
Trays and hors d'oeuvre dishes,designed by Noel Lefebvre, manufactured by Xlon Products.
Screen-printed perspex and base metal pendant necklace 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Pair of earrings
Pair of screen-printed perspex and base metal earrings 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Screen-printed perspex and base metal brooch 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Model for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, 'The Glade', by Sutherland Hussey, Edinburgh, 2009.
Lemon-coloured acrylic polyester, Vedonis brand, made in England, 1980-83
Bridget Riley, Untitled, 1965. Screenprint under perspex
Cabinet, 'Cabinet de Curiosité' (Cabinet of Curiosities), by Shiro Kuramata, No 16 of an edition of 40, manufactured by Ishimaru Co Ltd., Tokyo, 1989, coloured perspex acrylic
Zarina Bhimji, 'She'd Love to Breathe - Pure Silence', 1987. Part one of installation piece, two gelatin silver prints and fabric between perspex.
Zarina Bhimji, 'She'd Love to Breathe - Pure Silence', 1987. Part two of installation piece, two gelatin silver prints and fabric between perspex.
Zarina Bhimji, 'She'd Love to Breathe - Pure Silence', 1987. Part four of installation piece, latex gloves and fabric between perspex.
Sample card of 'WeSpa' spangles, possibly made by Arthur Weil Ltd., Great Britain, 1940-1960
Screen-printed acrylic perspex and base metal brooch 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Waistcoat, plastic and perspex, Anela Takac, Great Britain, 1994.
Blue perspex mount for the demonstration model of the making of a finger ring by Len Wilcox.
Card of buttons
Card of 24 casein, acetate and perspex buttons, John Templeton (Buttons) Ltd., Great Britain, 1930s
Screenprint on black perspex, 'Intervals, S, Two', by Jürgen Lit Fischer, 1985
Sample of dress fabric, machine knitted polyester and acrylic-elastane blend, by Johanne Price, Great Britain, 1993.
Designs (10) for the interior decoration of London: Heathrow Airport Terminal 4.
General Description: Invitation to the Private View of the Plastics Exhibition organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum and the department store Liberty and sponsored by the European Vinyl Corporation and others. Held in the V&A 14 February - 24 April 1990. Lettered with the initials and phone number of the manufacturers Newton Abbott Plastics.
Pair of shoes
Pair of slubbed silk shoes trimmed with diamanté-studded Perspex, designed by Charles Joudan, France, 1966
Badge, Polish Solidarity, made 1980-1989, Poland
Handbag made of lucite, made by Rialto, New York, 1950s
Folding chair, steel and Perspex, designed by Peter and Alison Smithson, 1956
Electroplate and ebony teapot with perspex lid, designed by Oscar Tusquets for Alessi, made 1983.
Louis Ghost armchair, designed by Philippe Starck, 2002, manufactured by Kartell, Italy, 2007, injection moulded clear polycarbonate
Clear plastic belt with lucite elephant buckles, designed by José Cotel, Paris, 1980s
Sample swatch 'Coconut' of woven polyester with a random spotting of acrylic resin, NUNO Corporation, Japan, 1997
Print, bronze ink on layered acrylic, 'Self Portrait' from the series 'Family Portrait', by Marilène Oliver, United Kingdom, 2002
Transparent red and opaque white plastic double-walled ice bucket and lid with gilt knob, designed by Martyn Rowlands 1964 and made by Insulex, England
White, stackable star-shaped light with six protruding 'arms' and an electric light fitting inside.
Yellow, stackable star-shaped light with six protruding 'arms' and an electric light fitting inside.
Orange, stackable star-shaped light with six protruding 'arms' and an electric light fitting inside.
Turner Research Ltd, English, 1970s
blue card window box, printed in colours
behind the top window is a blank cassette
behind the main window is a sheet printed in colours to show the title
the lower part of the box is filled with 2 sheet of expanded polystyrene
Large scale set
house front with columns, very similar and probably based upon the storming of the Iranian embassy in London, May 1980
built on a rocky cliff with a water scene at the lower front
painted mottled cream against a blue backdrop and red base
water scene is specially painted and covered with perspex
it has been arranged with a number of items glued on but the parachute and SAS figures together with the helicopter are separate
on the front - double barrelled gun in green camouflage; grey/black tank with missile launchers; SAS mobile missile system; SAS panther jeep & Stalker; SAS Frogman; Shadowtrak & Red Vulture
on the perspex - Boat Patrol; Swordfish; and a similar inflatable craft with yellow bottom; inside the perspex box is a collection of divers
card box, printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and photographs and illustrations of the toy; two piece expanded polystyrene lining
contains one green plastic stretchable snake figure and leaflet of instructions
*the liquid filling has seeped out and hardened, gluing the 'serpent' firmly into one of the lining pieces
Shrunken Bench; polystyrene core, bright blue cotton and resin coating, distorted and hardened in a vacuum chamber; designed (2000) and made (2002) by Monkey Boys (Daniel White, Dutch, born 1975, and Bertjan Pot, Dutch, born 1975), The Netherlands.
Template for making childs spectacles
template for making child's spectacles; British, 1960-85
Complete anatomy, scale model - 1:5
Complete anatomy, spanish; 1994/5
Silvered plastic bag with perspex handles, designed by Sally Jess, London, 1966
A set of 9 (nine) interlocking perspex blocks in a purpose built compartmentalised, lidded, wooden case. The blocks are rectangular and interlocking in any order chosen by the viewer. Each block has sealed within it a fragment of other material such as rose petals, textile fragments, printed paper and cloth
Shop display case
[Cabinet] Glass fronted display case of very pale maple wood and perspex, glued together
The top part slopes forward and the lower part slopes back. All the edges are rounded. The front itself and shelf are clear 'glass' which is made of perspex.
[Box] box lid of white card, stapled together at the corners; on one side is stuck on the orange and white maker's label
[Box] box base of white card, stapled together at the corners
Glass Form, Sweden, Monica Backström, for Kosta Boda, 1985
card window box printed in colours on brown to show the title, maker's details and photographs of the car and components; expanded polystyrene insert
contains one yellow plastic and metal car, equipment, transmitter and aerial
instructions leaflet and sheet, warranty card