Friday, 16 January 2015

Eames House of Cards

Created in 1952, the most successful toy of Charles & Ray Eames is a series of cards printed with images, that could be built into three-dimensional structures of various shapes and sizes. Charles and Ray's view of toys was that a point can be made and something can be learned by both adults and children. The message is that we have only to look at our immediate surroundings and the things we use and love for a deep and lasting appreciation of art in its truest form.

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