She received her Diploma of College Studies in Social Sciences from John Abbott College and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Mc Gill University, both in Quebec.She has hiked with mountain gorillas in Rwanda, and is an avid athlete and watcher of sports, particularly her favorite ice hockey team, the Montreal Canadiens.
Cocktail Shakers, Lava Lamps, and Tupperware: A Celebration of Lifestyle Design by Wayne Hemingway, Keith Stephenson / Paperback: 144 pages / Rockport Publishers (2004) The book combines hip graphic treatments with a level of ironic kitschness that reflects the products featured.
Internationally acclaimed pop-cultural design aficionado Wayne Hemingway adds his uniquely witty commentary, as a collector and champion of mass-produced interior design.
Just look at our homes, which are veritable showplaces of 20th-century advancements.
An unpaid workforce composed almost entirely of women, faced an unimaginable lifetime of drudgery and backbreaking work.
As the clocks of 1909 ticked towards 1910, more exciting inventions were just around the corner.