There are exhibitions one would love to take back home. When one is fascinated by things, and one would like to have them nearby in order to be able to look at them again and again. That is understandable in the case of the exhibition No Name Design. For it shows things to which one has a special relationship because one has already encountered them sometime and somewhere. Something that is otherwise almost inconceivable is possible with No Name Design. Hans Hansen interpreted the products exhibited in photographs, and Gottschalk+Ash International turned them into a compendium consisting of a slipcase with six according books measuring ca. 200 × 25 cm, for a total length of around twelve meters. Roughly a thousand objects are depicted, subdivided into twenty-nine themes; one hundred eighty of them are explained. Now the original thirtysix-meter exhibition will always be handy.