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fishstickmonkey: “Erich Consemüller, “Woman in a Club Chair by Marcel Breuer wearing a Mask by Oskar Schlemmer and a Dress by Lis Beyer” (© Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin) ”

Tapestry-design-by-Gunta-Stolzl-produced-by-the-Bauhaus-in-1926.

Tapestry-design-by-Gunta-Stolzl-produced-by-the-Bauhaus-in-1926.

Marcel Bruer and his chair. Bruer and Herbert Beckhard designed a summer house in Mantoloking, NJ in the 1960's. Zippertravel.com Digital Edition

Marcel Bruer and his chair. Bruer and Herbert Beckhard designed a summer house in Mantoloking, NJ in the 1960's. Zippertravel.com Digital Edition

Lissitzky, Russian designer who create visual poetry. He use positive and negative space and experiment with photo montage.

Lissitzky, Russian designer who create visual poetry. He use positive and negative space and experiment with photo montage.

Ludwig Armchair by Mies van der Rohe (1931).  Chromium-plated tubular steel frame  Seat and back rest with foam and Dacron filling. Cowhide strap. Leather cover.

Ludwig Armchair by Mies van der Rohe (1931). Chromium-plated tubular steel frame Seat and back rest with foam and Dacron filling. Cowhide strap. Leather cover.

Picasso Primitif, une très belle expo au musée du quai Branly

Picasso Primitif, une très belle expo au musée du quai Branly

German type and book designer Jan Tschichold (1902-1974) revolutionized modern typography through his bold, asymmetrical designs and use of sanserif typography, both inspired by the work of the Bauhaus. He proclaimed his new design philosophy through a series of articles and books, including Die neue Typographie, published in Berlin in 1928. His international renown came largely as a result of his redesign of Penguin's entire series of paperback novels just after World War II

German type and book designer Jan Tschichold (1902-1974) revolutionized modern typography through his bold, asymmetrical designs and use of sanserif typography, both inspired by the work of the Bauhaus. He proclaimed his new design philosophy through a series of articles and books, including Die neue Typographie, published in Berlin in 1928. His international renown came largely as a result of his redesign of Penguin's entire series of paperback novels just after World War II

Chaise Breuer B33

Chaise Breuer B33

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