Lucky Number 7: Series Seven Chair by Arne Jacobsen- Arne Jacobsen designed the series 7 chair in 1955. It has been in continuous production ever since and has gone on to be one of the best selling chair designs of all time. Unfortunately it has also been one of the most copied and many inferior copies have been produced. Danish company Fritz Hansen have had the license to produce the chair since it was first launched and still produce the chair today. This i
Functional and made of materials used in modern architecture that could be mass-produced while remaining attractive and comfortable. The movement was concerned not only with design but also with materials. It recognized that mass production was most suited to industrial products such as chrome, steel, plastic, and glass. Slim lines, a bold streamlined look, and a highly functional character typify modern furniture.focused on new industrial materials, machine production.
i have chosen Andy Warhol because i like how he uses simple compositions to make a large impression, i.e the single soup can, he uses bright colours and very little tone to make a large statement with one single picture. i also like his simplicity as it is very different to the other artists and pictures as this makes it all the more eyecatching
These Underwater Sculptures Make Ocean Pollution Look Gorgeous
Artists Mathieu Goussin and Hortense Le Calvez on their art: "in response to our time of alarming climate change, the work presents an immersion of the objects that compose our daily surroundings. The certainty that in a near future, global issues will bring disastrous consequences on the environment creates a disturbing atmosphere. However, the mass production rate of artificial materials seems unstoppable."
Elizabeth I., circa late 1590s. Possibly one of the portraits done for distribution, with Her Majesty's approval. So popular and in demand were her portraits, Elizabeth permitted mass production of her image, for the people.