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THE HARD LIFE by Jasper Morrison

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      A book of photographs taken by Morrison of objects in the collection of the National Museum of Ethnology in Lisbon, Portugal. This book explores the effect that generations of trial and error, individual craftsmanship and an instinct to carve out the essential with the slenderest of means brought to objects that made life both livable and meaningful to a pre-industrial society. The objects photographed and described by designer Jasper Morrison may be appreciated both for their beauty and for the example they 

      -8 ½ × 11 ¾ in

      -208 pages

      -188 illustrations

      -Hardback

      -Published 2017

      Born in London in 1959, Jasper Morrison works as a designer and travels between London, Paris and Tokyo. His designs are produced in Europe, the USA and Japan by leading manufacturers of furniture, lighting, electronics, shoes, wristwatches and more. He has also published a number of books including A World Without Words, Super Normal (co-authored with Naoto Fukasawa), Everything but the Walls and A Book of Things at Lars Müller Publishers.

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