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a large Bakelite contraption at the bottom of the stairs
Aside from "One Candle" (which is about to go on a museum tour), "TV Buddha" and the "Bakelite Robot," also to be featured are Paik's works on canvas, entire video cameras and radio-televisions that combine graffiti elements as well as smiling television sets with instantly recognizable color bars.
Old Bakelite phones <Btransformed into lights make a design statement and are simply good fun and real talking points
A Joseph Lorenzl jazz-age patinated bronze figure, above; and a red Bakelite phone, right
Bakelite was invented and patented in 1907 by the chemist Leo Baekeland, who also called it phenol-formaldehyde polymer (PF) or phenolic resin.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-15 April 2010-JCR maintains Sumitomo Bakelite's A+ debt rating, outlook "stable"(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Other landmarks named through the program have been the invention of Bakelite, the discovery of penicillin and the development of Tide laundry detergent.
By the 1920s and 1930s, costume jewellery was utilising new materials such as the early plastics Bakelite, Celluloid and Galalith.
HCT created a modern, sophisticated, Bakelite travel atomizer, so fans of cult Parisian brand Diptique can carry their favorite fragrance on the go.
Torrential rain and extensive flooding greeted the Plastics Historical Society's centenary celebrations of Bakelite in Stratford-on-Avon, UK.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 A grace and favour residence; 2 Bakelite; 3 Gwyneth Paltrow; 4 Come On; 5 Dogs.