Charles Eames is one of my favorite industrial designers. His lounge chair and ottoman is one of the most iconic pieces of furniture to come out of the mid-century.
Here is an interesting video on Eames told by Marilyn Neuhart, author of “The Story of Eames Furniture“, and her husband John. Both have worked with the Eames Office in various capacities from the 1950s.
I have implemented the “In Stereo” design piece to album artwork that I have worked on for artists, it is a nod to the vintage record cover design — interesting to see the label in many formats stacked together…
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Directed by Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman introduces The New Yorker app for iPad.
Tip by DJ Dinner
Minimalism in photography is harder to pull off then you might think. Kerstin zu Pan pulls it off in full color…
This is ridiculous…
via Rob Matthews
I absolutely love model Natalia Vodianova – she’s been in some of my favorite photo shoots this year. Check out one of her recent shoots with actor Ewan McGregor as photographed by Peter Lindbe – love photo series that tell a story.
Then you should read How To Be A Graphic Designer Without Losing Your Soul. It was an easy read for someone who, admittedly, does not read a whole lot. It gave me some different yet fresh perspective to the industry.
Photography by Koray Birand
Good friend and photographer Cody Hamilton just released his personal series of photographs that makes relics out of the 1980′s. Love this!
I absolutely love the natural film look to the photography of the autumn/winter 2010 collection of Riviera Club clothing.