Alexander Girard Alexander Girard table Source: Christie's
Olga Lee Olga Lee chair Barney Reid Barney Reid stool with ReidArt fabric Paul McCobb Arbuck by Paul McCobb Source: Planner, Perimeter, Predictor, Paul McCobb Alexander Calder Alexander Calder chair from his studio
There's Theodor Geisel (Dr Suess) with The Cat in the Hat, right next to his library John Baldessari, READ/WRITE/THINK/DREAM, 2001 Baldessari sliding glass door at the entrance to the Geisel Library. I guess all Baldessari's can't be winners, or maybe I just don't get it. More about it here.
Do Ho Suh, Fallen Star, 2012 More about it here. Image: UCSD Bruce Nauman, Vices and Virtues, 1988 This is what it looks like when it's on. More about it here. Image: UCSD
The Grove Gallery, 1972 Architect Chuck Powers assembled four storage sheds that were later expanded to include a darkroom, kiln and ceramics studio.
My friend Kristen Gallerneaux Brooks sent me this Eames tag from the Packard Motor Car Company plant in Detroit. It's a screen shot from a film she did called Get In My Car & Drive: Nowhere in Detroit. You can watch it here. The plant, designed by Albert Kahn, closed in 1956 Image: Single Fire Speed Current state of the Packard plant Image: metalocus
Motor City Image: metalocus Charles and Ray actually drove Fords for most of there lives, though the last cars they owned were a Jaguar and Mercedes. In 1954 Charles wrote a letter to Henry Ford II about his concern with Ford's selection at the time. The letter says Charles had been driving Fords since 1929, and Fordconvertibles since 1941. The letter can be found here. Image: PBS Charles in his Mercedes Image:Eames Outtakes: L.A. Unrestrained (embedded below) Charles rolling by 901 Washington Blvd/ The Eames Office Image: