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Mid-Century Modern aesthetic is a design style that emerged in the Mid 20th Century, popular from roughly 1945 to 1969, and it still influences contemporary design and architecture. It is characterized by a focus on simplicity, functionality, and the integration of nature with the living space. This design movement encompasses various disciplines, including architecture, interior design, furniture design, and graphic design.

In 1958, Gibson released a line of 3 new guitars The Flying V, The Explorer, and the Firebird in order to match the mid-century modern design trends of the 1950s.