Garden of Eames: Shell Chairs as Art by Chris LaBrooy

Eames Shell Chairs as Art

Garden Of Eames is an ongoing project by artist Chris LaBrooy in which he takes the well known Mid-century Modern Classic shell chairs designed by Charles Eames and reimagines, remixes and reinvents them as new objects and artworks. Read more

Artist Inserts Modern Architecture In Thomas Kinkade Paintings

Damn, these are hilarious. On August 17th, Architect Donna Sink issued a challenge via twitter: “does anyone do paintings of modern buildings in the style of Thomas Kincade? And one talented twitterer dared to answer.

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Mid-Century Modern Eames Coloring Toy is Reintroduced

Eames Office The Coloring Toy is a boxed set of 16 crayons, 8 die-cut panels and butterfly clips that was designed in 1955 by Charles and Ray Eames. Intended as a way for children to explore color, drawing, shapes and imaginative play, it’s been re-issued for a whole new generation of MCM lovers and their kids. Read more

Designer Lightsabers As Imagined by Y Studio

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San Francisco’s Y Studios have created Designer Lightsabers. Unique versions of Star Wars Lightsabers inspired by five of their favorite designers: Zaha Hadid, Charles and Ray Eames, Issey Miyake, Edith Heath and Dieter Rams. Read more

Adding Comfort To Culture. Vitra Launches Fully Upholstered Versions Of Eames Shell Chairs.

Upholstered Versions of Eames Shell Chairs

The famous molded side and armchairs by Charles and Ray Eames, originally created in fiberglass in 1950, then made in plastic, now made of polypropylene, have become a little more comfy with the fully upholstered versions recently launched by Vitra. Read more