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design-is-fine:

Yusaku Kamekura, Logos, Signets & Trademarks, 1963-66. Japan > aquavelvet.
design-is-fine:

Yusaku Kamekura, Logos, Signets & Trademarks, 1963-66. Japan > aquavelvet.
design-is-fine:

Yusaku Kamekura, Logos, Signets & Trademarks, 1963-66. Japan > aquavelvet.
design-is-fine:

Yusaku Kamekura, Logos, Signets & Trademarks, 1963-66. Japan > aquavelvet.
design-is-fine:

Yusaku Kamekura, Logos, Signets & Trademarks, 1963-66. Japan > aquavelvet.
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design-is-fine:

Walter Gropius & László Moholy-Nagy, Bauhausbuch No. 1: Internationale Architektur, 1925. Source 1+2+3
design-is-fine:

Walter Gropius & László Moholy-Nagy, Bauhausbuch No. 1: Internationale Architektur, 1925. Source 1+2+3
design-is-fine:

Walter Gropius & László Moholy-Nagy, Bauhausbuch No. 1: Internationale Architektur, 1925. Source 1+2+3
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design-is-fine:

Eero Saarinen, Grasshopper lounge chair, 1965. Knoll International. Via Wright20
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design-is-fine:

Adrian Pearsall, lounge chair, 1960. Craft Associates. Via Wright20
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design-is-fine:

KEM or Karl Emanuel Weber, Chair, 1935-36. Made by Mueller, Grand Rapid, Michigan, USA. Via 1stdibs
Referred to as Airline or Breakdown chair, because it was designed to breakdown into 4 pieces for easy flat shipping. Made without any metal hardware such as screws, nails or bolts.
design-is-fine:

KEM or Karl Emanuel Weber, Chair, 1935-36. Made by Mueller, Grand Rapid, Michigan, USA. Via 1stdibs
Referred to as Airline or Breakdown chair, because it was designed to breakdown into 4 pieces for easy flat shipping. Made without any metal hardware such as screws, nails or bolts.
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design-is-fine:

Postcards of Miami Beach with streamline architecture of Henry Hohauser, 1938. Florida, USA. Via wolfsonian
design-is-fine:

Postcards of Miami Beach with streamline architecture of Henry Hohauser, 1938. Florida, USA. Via wolfsonian
design-is-fine:

Postcards of Miami Beach with streamline architecture of Henry Hohauser, 1938. Florida, USA. Via wolfsonian
design-is-fine:

Postcards of Miami Beach with streamline architecture of Henry Hohauser, 1938. Florida, USA. Via wolfsonian
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automotivated:

RW9A0183 by dresedavid on Flickr.
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automotivated:

Ford GTX1 by hugo j. reis on Flickr.
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gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Bread in Yokohama. Tomoyo Okubo. 2013