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    Ray Eames, sculptures for the “Modern Living” exhibition. triangles

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    Ray Eames toy prototype 1951. Solo a través de la continua innovación salen los clásicos atemporales.

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    Ray Eames with an early prototype version of The Toy, United States, 1951, photograph by Charles Eames.

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"neatly arranged triangles" was the original Pinterest title, but I think that is Ray Eames there. Details and credits seem to be far and few inbetween here on Pinterest.

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Ray-Bernice Alexandra Kaiser Eames (1912 – 1988) was an American artist, designer, and filmmaker who, together with her husband Charles, is responsible for many classic, iconic designs of the 20th century.

These patterns called “Circles” was actually never made during Charles and Ray Eames’ lifetime as they were discovered later in their sketchbook. It was later realized by the Eames office and Maharam, a textile company. Based on the original concepts, they tried to keep it true to what Charles and Ray Eames had in mind.

Ray Eames holding Dot Pattern Fabric Design, circa 1947

#TimelessWomen Ray Eames an amazing Women, Designer, Creator. I have a passion chairs. I would love to travel back in time to meet her and be her apprentice. Outstanding work and they have shaped and change the meaning, the World of Design forever!.

Ray Eames (wife and partner of Charles Eames) Ray Kaiser, born in Sacramento, California, demonstrated her fascination with the abstract qualities of ordinary objects early on. She spent her formative years in the orbit of New York's modern art movements and participated in the first wave of American-born abstract artists.

Ray Eames with a prototype for The Toy (1951), a modular sculpture kit that could make dozens of different objects.

Ray Eames outside the Eames House with a model for the The Toy, designed by Charles and Ray Eames.