Weekend / Stuff

Bill Curry for Design Line


John Follis studio pots

Tom Tramel wood vases

Tramel vases pop up here and there, but I've always wondered where the table from California Design 10 went.

Found it!

Who knew there was a matching side table?

Then there is the jewelry chest from California Design 11.

Found that too. 

Folk Art / Girard

Multiple Visions: A Common Bond at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The permanent installation includes over 10,000 objects, which were donated by Alexander Girard. The collection in total has over 100,000 items and represents more than 100 countries.
The exhibition was designed by Alexander Girard and opened in 1982.





 This is a good time to pause and just say that the exhibition design by Girard is incredible. It really brings the collection to life.





The Girard family used this tree in their home. Here it is on top of a custom Girard table in their Grosse Pointe house, 1944.

Photo: ALEXANDER GIRARD, by Todd Oldham & Kiera Coffee



Girard's first home in Santa Fe, 1953.

Photo: ALEXANDER GIRARD, by Todd Oldham & Kiera Coffee



Girard at his Textile & Objects - Herman Miller concept store

Photo: ALEXANDER GIRARD, by Todd Oldham & Kiera Coffee

Weekend / Stuff

Bob Stocksdale, Black Walnut from California

Pretty close to the paper bowl by his wife Kay Sekimachi

Japan

Wayne Chapman

Dean Santner articulated alligator

This DCW has had a rough life, but still looks incredible

This Evans label dates back to 1946 

Moholy-Nagy / LACMA

Moholy-Nagy: Future Present opened recently at LACMA.

The exhibition looks at the work by the painter, photographer, sculptor, filmmaker, graphic/type designer, space designer, and teacher at the Bauhaus, Hungarian-born László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946).
Yellow Circle and Black Square, 1921



Construction in Enamel 1–3, 1923



A IX, 1923

A II (Construction A II), 1924





Vertical Black, Red, Blue, 1945



The exhibition runs until June 18th 👋