Airplanes, cameras, glassware, mimeograph machines, gas stations and missiles.
What this unlikely group of items have in common is that all were products assigned to Walter Dorwin Teague and his son for design changes. Their clients included Kodak, A. B. Dick, Steuben's, Boeing, Texaco and Steinway Pianos.
Walter Teague is the man who came up with the idea of covering the exterior of Texaco gas stations in white porcelain, a familiar sight in the 1930s-50s. He was also the designer of Kodak's first Brownie cameras, and Polaroid's first Land camera.
Teague Associates continues in operation today, based in Seattle, Washington, working with Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Boeing.