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Day of the Dead (1957)

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Hand-painted Parliament cigarettes, a gift to Charles and Ray Eames, 1954. (From "Deborah Sussman Loves Los Angeles!", exhibition at WUHO).

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Rebus by Charles Eames. See this and more great, rich content on our website, click here

Rebuses by Charles Eames | Eames Office

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LCMs, Herman Miller, 1946 During this early period at Herman Miller, few examples featuring leather were produced. Remarkably, this rare matched pair retains the original blue leather upholstery and has remained in the same collection until now. Signed with applied metal manufacturer's label to underside of each example: [Charles Eames Design Herman Miller Zeeland Michigan] and distributor's fabric label to underside of each example: [Sold by Guy Howard 901 West Alabama Houston, Texas].

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Pre-Production DCM, Evans Products, 1946 Literature: Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames, Neuhart, Neuhart and Eames, ppg. 74-75 The Herman Miller Collection, manufacturer’s catalog, 1948, pg. 63

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Pre-Production CTM, Herman Miller, 1946 Literature: Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames, Neuhart, Neuhart, and Eames, ppg. 80, 82-83 The Herman Miller Collection, manufacturer’s catalog, 1948, pg. 67

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Plywood Coffee Table, Manufactured by Evans Products, c1945 This table top is part of a series of experimental plywood designs that Eames developed alongside Evans Molded Plywood Division. The table base is not directly linked to Eames, however the table top is a known form resulting from these early trials.

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Sketch by Ray Eames: The Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention | Exhibitions - Library of Congress

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Biography - The Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention | Exhibitions

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Esoteric Survey: Celebrating / Ray Eames

Esoteric Survey: Celebrating / Ray Eames

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Folk art from the collection of Charles and Ray Eames #eameshouse

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