You might not know the name Kenneth Grange, but you certainly know his work. He has designed everything from Parker pens to Kodak's cheap, portable Pocket Instamatic. His legacy is most evident in the UK, where the streets moonlight as his portfolio: He has turned his hand to public benches, the classic High Speed Intercity 125 train, and London's button-cute black taxi cab. He's an unsung hero of the sort of industrial design that's both ubiquitous and totally mundane.
Grange quietly shaped some of the world's most familiar products.
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