— iainclaridge.net

“Do not try and create and analyze at the same time… they are different processes”

–John Cage

(One is building an idea up, while the other is breaking it down.)

Via Greg Melander.

Marcel Breuer: Wassily Chair

Marcel Breuer, Model B3-Chair, also known as the Wassily Chair, 1925-1926. Originally produced by Thonet, Germany, in bent tubular steel and canvas. Italian Gavina Group bought the license for Wassily after the WW2 and replaced canvas with leather straps as the chair is most famously known nowadays.

Think I prefer this canvas version.

Photo copyright by Scandinavian Collectors 2016.

The Highland Collective

Photo by The Highland Collective.

Tapio Wirkkala glass art object

Tatti (engl. Boletus), glass art object, 1953, by Tapio Wirkkala. Half-mould shaped crystal with line-cut outer surface.

Manufactured by Iittala Oy, Finland.

Via Artnet.

Modern cosy

Via The Gifts of Life.

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Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen 1934-2016.

WTF...?

The Mobile

Via Ello.

Sophia Loren x Bert Stern

Sophia Loren photographed by Bert Stern, 1962.

Via Louxo’s Enjoyables.

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