Written by Connie Zeigler

Walter Dorwin Teague, known as “The Dean of Industrial Design,” was a towering figure in the profession he helped to create. He also happened to come from the small town of Pendleton, Indiana. Cameras, cars, airplanes, radios, gas stations, office equipment, glassware, beer bottles and World’s Fairs all fell under his influence. He is also the latest subject in our ongoing exploration of Indiana designers that deserve your undivided attention.

48 pages in a full color,
saddle-stitched booklet with
centerfold. Illustrated with
over 55 images.