The Q Drum, now on display at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, rolls easily and can transport 75 liters of water. Photographed in Petersburg, South Africa in 2006. (P J Hendrikse/Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum/MCT)
The Q Drum, now on display at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, rolls easily and can transport 75 liters of water. Photographed in Petersburg, South Africa in 2006. (P J Hendrikse/Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum/MCT) MCT
The Q Drum, now on display at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, rolls easily and can transport 75 liters of water. Photographed in Petersburg, South Africa in 2006. (P J Hendrikse/Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum/MCT) MCT

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