Before Peter Muller-Munk molded plastic into headgear, the articulate, cultured German silversmith was a 22-year-old immigrant from Berlin to New York City. In the mid-1920s, he landed a job at Tiffany & Co., then left after less than a year to open his own studio. In a prophetic review of his silver designs published in December 1927, The New York Times called him “an artist of vision and taste.”
Kodak Goes Old School at CES with
New Super 8 Film Camera
Ever wanted to shoot a home movie on 8-mm film? Yesterday, anyone might have told you that you missed your chance by a few decades — but Kodak surprised the world recently with the announcement of a brand new Super 8 film camera that it hopes will kick off a revival of the nearly forgotten format.