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It is based on many of the doodles of Ray Eames and some of the work Charles did for magazine covers. Composite Adirondack Chairs, Charles Eames, Composition, Writing, Musical Composition

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It is based on many of the doodles of Ray Eames and some of the work Charles did for magazine covers.

Edgar Olaineta, "Solar Do-(It-Yourself) Nothing Toy, After Charles Eames," 2012, from the "Factory Direct: Pittsburgh" exhibition. Read more at warhol.org: http://www.warhol.org/webcalendar/event.aspx?id=6345#ixzz1yTIaHfvD Eames Furniture, Andy Warhol Museum, Charles Eames, Artist At Work, Installation Art, Origami, Art Lessons, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art

Factory Direct: Pittsburgh, on view June 24 through September 9 at Guardian Self-Storage, showcases the artwork of 14 established contemporary artists invited to conduct artist residencies in Pittsburgh-based factories.

BAUHAUS ARCHIVE  Gunta Stölzl  (German, 1897–1983) Bauhaus Textiles, Bauhaus Design, Bauhaus Style, Walter Gropius, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Print Patterns, Josef Albers, Marcel Breuer

Gunta Stölzl | Bauhaus Archive | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns 40 works: water color designs for textiles and carpets and a collection of fabric samples. The works were donated to the Met by Jack Lenor Larsen in . Gunta Stölzl at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection

Charles and Ray Eames -The Do Nothing Machine Charles & Ray Eames, Ray Charles, Kinetic Art, Sculpture Art, Wind Sculptures, Vintage Toys, Diy アート, Googie, Favorite Things

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Charles and Ray Eames, Solar Do-Nothing Toy Big City Forum in conjunction with Steve Turner Contemporary presents a panel focusing .

German textile artist, Gunta Stölzl, played a fundamental role in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop. She created immense change within the textile field by uniting art practices taught at Bauhaus with traditional textile techniques and became the first woman Master at the school. Bauhaus Textiles, Bauhaus Art, Bauhaus Design, Tapestry Weaving, Walter Gropius, Textiles Techniques, Weaving Techniques, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists

History of textile art: Gunta Stölzl (1897-1983

Gunta Stölzl - Knotted floor carpet - detail Wool on hemp weft Woven for the first Bauhaus exhibition in 1923 Intended for serial production 505 x originally 600 x (Length of pattern 195 cm) Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin

Hang It All, Eames, Vitra Coat Hooks, Coat Hanger, Towel Hooks, Charles Eames, Vitra Hang It All, Hat Racks, Hat Holder, Hat Display, Baseball Hat

Hang it all Vitra, di George Nelson, Appendiabiti a muro, colori classici.

Ray Eames' Dotty Vintage Graphic Design, Charles Eames, Little Boxes, Textile Patterns, Floral Patterns, Chair Design, Modern Times, Midcentury Modern, Fun Things

The Getty Institute announces a major new, Southern California initiative, and uses Ray Eames textile and a Charles Eames quote to represent the era.

A retrospective of László Moholy-Nagy’s work, at the Guggenheim, reveals surprising hints of soulfulness in his technological experimentation. Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Russian Constructivism, Historical Art, Weimar, Gcse Art, Kandinsky, Bauhaus, Kinder Art, All Art

A Bauhaus Artist’s Modernist Utopia

Rabbit Rock and The Chess: The Bauhaus Textiles of Gunta Stölzl & Anni Albers

"Gunta Stölzl (1897-1983) was a German textile artist who played a fundamental role in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop.

Charles Eames design for a kite, pasted up from brilliant swatches of paper (Portfolio Magazine, Volume 2) Graphic Illustration, Illustration Photo, Graphic Art, Typography Design, Charles Eames, Modern Design, Design Art, Pattern Design, Pattern Art

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Charles Eames design for a kite, pasted up from brilliant swatches of paper. From Portfolio Magazine Volume via Scout Paget

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