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Celluloid

Celluloid was the first synthetic plastic material, developed in the 1860s and 1870s. A tough, flexible, and moldable material that is resistant to water, oils, and dilute acids and capable of low-cost production in a variety of colours, celluloid was made into toiletry articles, novelties, photographic film, and many other mass-produced goods.

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Head of a Woman

Naum Gabo, 1917-1920

Head

Antoine Pevsner, 1923-1924
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Etching

Ink

From the caves to the desktop

Marble

The stone that glows like human skin

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