Cooper Hewitt

Cooper Hewitt

@cooperhewitt

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The Smithsonian Design Museum, located in the Carnegie Mansion on 91st & 5th. Legal: https://t.co/oHrluIXjh8

New York City
Joined on November 20, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @cooperhewitt and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

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Average retweets
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Average likes
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62. in country United States and category Cultural center

194. in country United States and category Place

208. in category Cultural center

787. in category Place

Produced around the turn of the 20th century, this frieze sports stars and stripes-patterned bunting printed in bold red, white, and blue, with a view of the Federal Capital building printed in more subtle shades of gray. 

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Produced around the turn of the 20th century, this frieze sports stars and stripes-patterned bunting printed in bold red, white, and blue, with a view of the Federal Capital building printed in more subtle shades of gray. 🦅 https://t.co/r3HnE6GdHd https://t.co/VryjqfWCA3

This American flag brooch was manufactured ca. 1940 by the New York-based costume jewelry and novelty firm Calvaire, Inc. https://t.co/6WlbBTfkFy https://t.co/H06qx4ACvD

This American flag brooch was manufactured ca. 1940 by the New York-based costume jewelry and novelty firm Calvaire, Inc. https://t.co/6WlbBTfkFy https://t.co/H06qx4ACvD

The Sony Walkman was introduced #OTD in 1979. 

What are your favorite memories of this device that forever changed the way we listen to music? 

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The Sony Walkman was introduced #OTD in 1979. What are your favorite memories of this device that forever changed the way we listen to music? https://t.co/GeAdydCDe0 https://t.co/KowY7yKTER

This scratch-and-sniff wallpaper, "Cherry Forever," is in our @cooperhewitt's collection. It was designed by Michael Angelo and produced by Flavor Paper in 2007, with proceeds donated to the Human Rights Campaign. https://t.co/7Oe9Eii23r #SmithsonianPride #PrideMonth https://t.co/NZTgyHKgNa

This scratch-and-sniff wallpaper, "Cherry Forever," is in our @cooperhewitt's collection. It was designed by Michael Angelo and produced by Flavor Paper in 2007, with proceeds donated to the Human Rights Campaign. https://t.co/7Oe9Eii23r #SmithsonianPride #PrideMonth https://t.co/NZTgyHKgNa

The Smithsonian's free at-home summer learning guide for kids in grades K–8 is available online and in select cities today. Before you get going on this imaginary summer road trip, we'll help you design a vehicle of the future. https://t.co/BOFaVke12h #SmithsonianEdu

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Fifty years ago this month, New York City's first #pride march commemorated one year since the Stonewall uprising. Stonewall was solidified as a key moment in the LGBTQ+ civil rights movement by the marches that began a year later. #SmithsonianPride https://t.co/NjG63WLhmD

As we applaud milestones in LGBTQ+ rights and equality, we honor those whose came before us, who imagined and fought for a country where these successes could be possible. This #PrideMonth and beyond, let us celebrate the diversity and strength of our community. #SmithsonianPride https://t.co/SrbQn50Myz

Object of the Week: In this 1992 wallpaper, artist Virgil Marti combines yearbook portraits of his junior high school bullies, the 18th-century French toile motif, and saturated Day-Glo inks to create an eye-popping wall of shame.

Learn more: https://t.co/015sL8VNWH https://t.co/ssfz94YU2y

Object of the Week: In this 1992 wallpaper, artist Virgil Marti combines yearbook portraits of his junior high school bullies, the 18th-century French toile motif, and saturated Day-Glo inks to create an eye-popping wall of shame. Learn more: https://t.co/015sL8VNWH https://t.co/ssfz94YU2y

Graphic designer Milton Glaser died on Friday, June 26, 2020, on his 91st birthday. @cooperhewitt https://t.co/qXpiacj4aN

This pin was given to people who donated their shoes to become glittery decorations at an installation produced by the Organization of Lesbian and Gay Architects and Designers to honor the anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. #SmithsonianPride https://t.co/IaIPkCjL3z https://t.co/yNpOnjTkgH

This pin was given to people who donated their shoes to become glittery decorations at an installation produced by the Organization of Lesbian and Gay Architects and Designers to honor the anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. #SmithsonianPride https://t.co/IaIPkCjL3z https://t.co/yNpOnjTkgH

Thanks @MiltonGlaserInc for signing this awkwardly shaped item for me at the @cooperhewitt a few years ago!! The icon of icons ❤️ https://t.co/c9sF3LiZye

Graphic design has lost one of our greatest makers. He will be forever missed. Milton Glaser, Master Designer of ‘I ♥ NY’ Logo, Is Dead at 91 https://t.co/LMA8yb15bP

Stare into the electric blue shades of this woman’s sunglasses and what do you see? Victor Moscoso designed this groovy poster for The Chambers Brothers band in 1967. #SunglassesDay

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Stare into the electric blue shades of this woman’s sunglasses and what do you see? Victor Moscoso designed this groovy poster for The Chambers Brothers band in 1967. #SunglassesDay https://t.co/bbeJ5PxWQN https://t.co/siXNcfoZcE

Cecil Beaton captured this portrait of Elsie de Wolfe. 

De Wolfe was at the center of a vibrant social circle of wealthy women in late Gilded Age New York, a circle that included Sarah and Eleanor Hewitt, founders of Cooper Hewitt. 

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#SmithsonianPride https://t.co/ty6WtzDolf

Cecil Beaton captured this portrait of Elsie de Wolfe. De Wolfe was at the center of a vibrant social circle of wealthy women in late Gilded Age New York, a circle that included Sarah and Eleanor Hewitt, founders of Cooper Hewitt. https://t.co/SGNS5IIE9c #SmithsonianPride https://t.co/ty6WtzDolf

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9 days ago
Born on this day: Bill Moggridge, FIDSA (1943-2012), co-founder of @ideo, 4th director of @cooperhewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, @stanforddschool professor, and designer of one of the first laptop computers. https://t.co/pRbeGYpNUf

Born on this day: Bill Moggridge, FIDSA (1943-2012), co-founder of @ideo, 4th director of @cooperhewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, @stanforddschool professor, and designer of one of the first laptop computers. https://t.co/pRbeGYpNUf

Join @healthdesignlab and @cooperhewitt Friday, June 26, 5p ET! A weekly conversation about the role of design during Covid-19. This week, meet @dennisjboyle @ideo, Sheila Ruder @HKSArchitects, and Emma Greer @crassociati.

Register: https://t.co/cX033Bca39 https://t.co/rU537YBNxO

Join @healthdesignlab and @cooperhewitt Friday, June 26, 5p ET! A weekly conversation about the role of design during Covid-19. This week, meet @dennisjboyle @ideo, Sheila Ruder @HKSArchitects, and Emma Greer @crassociati. Register: https://t.co/cX033Bca39 https://t.co/rU537YBNxO

The YouTube link is here! Set a reminder for this FREE event: https://t.co/xjwrhqLuJk

We're roaring through #PrideMonth with some exceptional paper engineering. 

Pop-up designer Robert Sabuda, who created "The Great Lion Aslan" here, is one of several artists from the LGBTQ+ community represented in our @cooperhewitt Library collections: https://t.co/56Lc3Qh0in https://t.co/hrly1fousj

We're roaring through #PrideMonth with some exceptional paper engineering. Pop-up designer Robert Sabuda, who created "The Great Lion Aslan" here, is one of several artists from the LGBTQ+ community represented in our @cooperhewitt Library collections: https://t.co/56Lc3Qh0in https://t.co/hrly1fousj

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