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Logan exhibition chronicles travel gear and style

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  December 24, 2012 09:57 AM

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By Kari Bodnarchuk, Globe Correspondent

Next time you visit Logan International Airport’s Terminal E don’t miss “Getting There: Design for Travel in the Modern Age,” a new exhibit that explores how design shapes and transforms the experience of traveling by plane, train, and ship. Created by Design Museum Boston in partnership with Logan and Grand Circle Gallery, it showcases vintage travel posters, portrays how train interiors have evolved over the years, and highlights the design evolution of travel accessories, from noise-canceling headphones to airplane seats. Wander through the show in a pre-security area 24/7 until November 2013. Free. 617-600-8204, www.designmuseumboston.org

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