This is a museum dedicated to design. It has English translations for most of the information. It starts with The early 20 century and the posters. Then industrial design and advertising and then through to today. Very interesting with lots of of examples. The lower level has a video area that showed one minute videos. One of these was graphic and may not be good for children. The upper level is the touring exhibit. This was about advertising, subliminal messaging and optical illusions. The exhibit was in "sneek preview" mode. It was fun and informative.
We recommend it if you like design or are just interested in it but not an artist.
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