Charles & Ray Eames
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"The Coloring Toy does not presume to make artists out of children or to teach them how to play (children are far ahead of us on both counts). But we do hope that the contents of this box and the clues it offers will stimulate the use of these and other materials in an ever expanding variety of ways." - Charles & Ray EamesThe Eames Office has reintroduced this timeless toy for the first time in nearly 60 years. Available now! Link in bio. #thecoloringtoy#eamesoffice#eames
Charles and Ray Eames created the "La Fonda" armchair in response to a problem: Close friend Alexander Girard needed custom seating for his La Fonda del Sol restaurant in the Time Life Building. Click link in bio for more on the design process.
"The connections, the connections, the connections…” Charles #eamesused to say. The director of digital and social media at the Eames Office is on a quest to find her mom Barbara a living kidney donor, and you—our followers—are the connections that can help save her life.Barbara is a loving mother, wife, and grandmother. She’s passionate, artistic, and has a silly or supportive song for everything—usually something like “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” from the hit musical Gypsy. She loves her family fiercely and wholly, and has always been their compass.Please share Barbara’s story far and wide. And, take five minutes to call the Kidney Transplant Department at 720.754.2155 to learn about the testing process and to see if you might be a kidney match. Thank you!Additional info on Facebook at @kidneyforbarbara , or click link in bio.@kristenhatgi#shareyourspare#kidneyforbarbara
“Charles & Ray Eames. The Power of Design” features original Eames films, photographs, furniture, drawings, sculptures, paintings, textiles, graphic design, models, and stage props. Curated and organized by the Barbican Centre in collaboration with the Eames Office, it’s one exhibition you don’t want to miss! See it at Vitra Design Museum through February 24, 2018. Mark Niedermann ©Vitra Design Museum