Designing Motherhood: Things that Make and Break Our Births


by Michelle Millar Fisher (Author), Amber Winick (Author), Alexandra Lange (Foreword)

While birth often brings great joy, making babies is a knotty enterprise. The designed objects that surround us when it comes to menstruation, birth control, conception, pregnancy, childbirth, and early motherhood vary as oddly, messily, and dramatically as the stereotypes suggest. This smart, image-rich, fashion-forward, and design-driven book explores more than eighty designs — iconic, conceptual, archaic, titillating, emotionally charged, or just plain strange — that have defined the relationships between people and babies during the past century.

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