2009 76 minutes iscover how manufactured objects that surround us such as cars, phones and chairs influence our daily lives with this revealing documentary, which features top industrial designers discussing their creative processes and professional objectives. Director Gary Hustwit (Helvetica) explores not only how objects get made, but also why they make us feel the way they do and how they can make our world better.
I found this documentary to be quite visually satisfying. I enjoyed it every bit as much as I enjoyed Helvetica. You can get Objectified thru Netflix. As a designer I love seeing other designers and hearing them talk about their thought process and their craft.