An exclusive opportunity to browse our Collections and see the evolution of design.
See design as expressed in the artifacts of one of the world’s largest science museums, housed in one of the last remaining buildings from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition. Dive deep into our Collection, home to over 35,000 artifacts. We will showcase selected artifacts representing the progress of design as reflected in science, technology and popular culture throughout the 20th century—from a 1923 electric car to priceless posters from the 1933 Century of Progress, the transparent mannequin featured on Nirvana’s iconic ‘In Utero’ album cover and a vintage Linotype machine.
Don’t miss this rare, exclusive opportunity to explore the Museum’s one-of-a-kind Collection and take inspiration from this glimpse at design through the ages.
Part of Chicago Design Week.