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mixed media pieces - Mixing the fundamentals of painting techniques with the abstract design world, Eva Berendes’s mixed media pieces are playful, visually appeal. Exhibition Display, Exhibition Space, Museum Exhibition, Interactive Exhibition, Display Design, Store Design, Design Design, Stand Feria, Espace Design

Figures & Routines by Eva Berendes at Jacky Strenz Gallery - Sight Unseen

Plenty of great artists and art historians have pondered the idea of painting leaving behind or transcending the canvas, but when I visited the Berlin studio of Eva Berendes last winter and heard her talk about her own work's gradual journey beyond frames and stretchers, the first person who came to mind was Bruno Munari. In his amazing little book Design As Art, the Italian icon describes the idea behind his hanging mobiles — aka "Useless Machines" — as an attempt to liberate painting from…

Artist/Designer: Alessandro Mendini b. Italy Title: Lassu´ Medium: Cast Bronze Dimensions: Chair x x Details: Designed in Limited Edition series includes 4 works (Littl Vitra Design Museum, Scandinavian Dining Chairs, Take A Seat, Postmodernism, Beautiful Space, Modern Chairs, Floor Chair, Home Furnishings, Artsy

Lassu´ (Limited Edition) by Alessandro Mendini

Lassu (Limited Edition) by Alessandro Mendini for the Vitra Des sold by the modern archive

Barbara Radice, prototype designs for Memphis Memphis Milano, 1980s Design, Web Design, Memphis Pattern, Memphis Design, Packaging, Branding, Surf Style, Postmodernism

Ryan Todd : Blog

To coincide with the Milan Furniture Fair, I was commissioned by YCN to produce a series of ‘Bright Ideas’ for GAP’s flagship store. The artwork became part of a kinetic sculpture, instore graphics...

Studio Alchimia piece for a performance at the Fiorucci showroom in Milan, “Furnishings as Clothes”, 1982 Italian Colors, Salvador Dali Art, Vitra Design Museum, Milan Furniture, Design Movements, Gianfranco Ferre, Weird Fashion, Conceptual Design, Couple

The Triumph of Postmodernism

Studio Alchimia piece for a performance at the Fiorucci showroom in Milan, “Furnishings as Clothes”, 1982 http://thetriumphofpostmodernism.tumblr.com

T-Time Chair by Jane Dillon, 1968 Peter Shire, Air Chair, How To Look Pretty, Lipstick, Memphis, Chairs, History, Design, Art

Jane Dillon: Ahead of the Curve • V&A Blog

Here's a pop quiz for you.When was this chair designed? If you guessed 'last year,' Idon't blame you. It's got a fashion-forward pinkness about it, and the combination of circle, curve and triangular wedge has the minimal snap of the latest out of Milan. Or perhaps you went for '1981'?I wouldn't blame you. The chair does look pretty postmodern, and even bears a passing resemblance to Peter Shire's iconic 'Bel Air' chair of that year. Both the mystery chair and Shire's Postmodern design have…