Art: Design and display
Art Deco Eiffel Tower teapot and hot water kettle, c.1925
When it comes to floors, tiles are a key feature for this style. The handmade ones represent Moorish cultural assets and have decorative uses. Their various cold colors that are mostly shades of blue, green or turquoise are appropriate for decorating the floors, walls or furniture elements, such as tabletops. Photo of tile pattern from Mosque of Hasan II.
:: Ad from 1957 run by Dutch furniture brand Pastoe ::
Though he is arguably the best known graphic designer in America, and despite the fact that he is legendary for his poster design (think Dylan, think Mahalia Jackson, think Angels in America), Milton Glaser has designed remarkably few movie posters. Paul Mazursky’s Next Stop Greenwich Village (1976) is a rare exception.