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centuryofthechild:

Roger Limbrick. Space Station and Space Rocket cardboard toys. 1968
In 1968 the British company Polypops developed three flat-packed cardboard spacecraft toys designed by Limbrick: Lunartrack, Space Station, and Space Rocket. When constructed, the Space Rocket is just large enough to accommodate one child passenger; its exterior is coated in foil and its interior is intricately printed with dials and circuits.
Learn more at MoMA.org/centuryofthechild

centuryofthechild:

Roger Limbrick. Space Station and Space Rocket cardboard toys. 1968

In 1968 the British company Polypops developed three flat-packed cardboard spacecraft toys designed by Limbrick: Lunartrack, Space Station, and Space Rocket. When constructed, the Space Rocket is just large enough to accommodate one child passenger; its exterior is coated in foil and its interior is intricately printed with dials and circuits.

Learn more at MoMA.org/centuryofthechild

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  4. criticaltoys reblogged this from kchayka and added:
    Me too (@rafaelfajardo)
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    I want to see this show sooo bad
  7. klickhere reblogged this from centuryofthechild and added:
    Loved this. Even today, cardboard is king. (Is the photo from ‘68 or this exhibition?)
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