Rare Roger Tallon Lip Fridge White Dial Watch Vintage Jump Hour 1970s Art Deco


Rare Roger Tallon Lip  Fridge  White Dial Watch Vintage Jump Hour 1970s Art Deco

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Rare Roger Tallon Lip Fridge White Dial Watch Vintage Jump Hour 1970s Art Deco:
$490


1970S original vinatge Fridge, designed by French industrial designer Roger Tallon in 1975 for LIP
It features a streamlined case.
Original leather strap. watch is working
Has been in my collection for past 30 years. by french classic industrial design master
There is 1 screw missing at the back as shown
LIP (リップ)FRIDGE beauty. the reissues sells for US$270his work

Tallon and his team created hundreds of products, including industrial robots for Peugeot, the apparently purposeless 8mm film camera "Veronic", the Gallic 16 and 14 lathes for the Belgian companyLa Mondiale– a quantum leap inmachine tooling–, airport vehicles, forklifts forFenwick, graphic images for Fenwick Aviation, and a slide projector forKodak.

In the art world, Tallon worked withYves Klein,César Baldaccini,Arman[sic], and was contacted byCatherine Millet, founder of theart pressreview, to create abrandthat has hardly changed to this day.

Tallon became a household name[citation needed]in areas including tableware, furniture, interior design, reflector lamps for the German Erco, ski boots forSalomon Group, toothbrushes forFluocaril, oilcans forElf, and so on.


In the transport world, an early Tallon design was the Derny 'Taon' motorcycle and he later took on theMexico City Metroand, forAlstomand theSNCF, theCorail trainand theTGV. Ergonomics, colours, lighting – and everything down to the route maps found in each train. With the couturierMichel Schreiber, he designed new staff uniforms.

TheTGV Atlantiqueproject started in 1986,Eurostarin 1987. A newMontmartre funicularsaw Tallon conquer the hill ofMontmartrein 1991. In 1994, after several mergers, Tallon's company and ADSA becameEuro RSCGDesign. He has worked trains,double-deckerTGV trains for France, theParis MétroprojectMétéor, theVAL 208forMatra, and the new branding forFinnish Railways.