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  • Modern Squares Fused Glass Clock : Blue + Green
    modernartisans.com
    A colorful accent clock with modern appeal! Conventional clock numerals are replaced with twelve contemporary squares in contrasting shades of blue, green, aqua and lime encompassed by opaque black. These lively colors are permanently fused by means of kiln-firing the glass at extreme temperatures. With the addition of clock hands, the fused glass becomes an admirable work of modern functional art for your domicile! The wall clock is designed to be hung in a diamond shape as shown and measures approximately 12" from left corner to right corner. Requires 1 "AA" battery. Crafted in Ohio by artist Stacy Wetzel.
  • Artifort Pierre Paulin Little Globe Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Pierre Paulin, 1960. Foam upholstered shell, chrome or powder coat base. Made in Holland by Artifort. "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colorful." -Pierre Paulin. The shape and size of Little Globe suggests open space... even in smaller environments. With its elegantly rounded pedestal, the Globe seems to have escaped from a James Bond movie. It is a luxurious and stylish design that made enthusiastic use of the latest technology of the time. Providing that true design is timeless. There is also a dignified Globe with a high back and optional ottoman. A perfect chair for the study, living room or a New York City apartment. Pierre Paulin studied stone carving and clay modeling at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in the early fifties where he began designing furniture for Thonet. In 1958, he became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs with an inner structure of steel tubing, covered in foam and fabric. In 1968, Paulin collaborated with Le Mobilier National and received many important government commissions including furniture and interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. He also designed home appliances. low: 29.1" w | 33.8" d | 31.1" h | seat: 16.1" h. high: 29.1" w | 33.8" d | 32.7" h | seat: 17.7" h.
  • CB2 Woody Print
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    Rolling retro. Woody rolls nostalgic in a nod to the vintage California surf scene. Capturing the carefree spirit of classic surfer culture, artist Parvez Taj "was inspired by a surf day in Malibu, a town where I spent two years in my 20s." The multimedia image is printed on reclaimed Douglas fir planks that have been harvested from old abandoned buildings in Southern California. Documenting the history of each building and the source of each timber, Taj selects planks which are then hand-assembled and printed with eco-friendly, UV-cured inks. Weathered and distressed, each print is evidence of the concept of beauty as rendered by the elements of nature over time. Parvez taj is an LA-based artist who has pioneered the use of UV inks as a fine art medium. To achieve his original images, he freely mixes photography, water-based and acrylic paints, and UV inks with a variety of substrates, such as aluminum, canvas, cork and recycled woods. Each multimedia piece embodies Taj's creative vision and international inspiration. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD print has a limited-edition release of 300. Details and Dimensions: Woody print. 24"Wx1.75"Dx14"H. CB2 Edition LMTD design by Parvez Taj. Digital print on reclaimed Douglas Fir. Wipe with soft, dry cloth. Made in USA. Overall Dimensions: Width: 24" Depth: 1.75" Height: 14"
  • Vintage School Letters Framed Art
    schoolhouseelectric.com
    This Schoolhouse Electric exclusive is a nod to our name. Equal parts whimsy and midcentury Americana, this one-of-a-kind vintage school poster was recreated from an original print we found in a dusty corner of a Los Angeles antique shop. The generous-sized graphic is printed in Portland using a time-tested, traditional printmaking process and complemented by ¼-inch metal frame. We use premium, archival paper composed of 100% cotton rag to ensure the highest print and color quality designed to withstand the test of time.
  • Modern Squares Fused Glass Clock : Blue Fusion
    modernartisans.com
    Shades of blue fused together with modern appeal! Conventional clock numerals are replaced with twelve contemporary squares in a fabulous fusion of shades of blue, framed by opaque black. The energetic glass design is permanently integrated by means of kiln-firings at high temperatures. With the addition of clock hands, the fused glass becomes an admirable work of modern functional art for your domicile! The wall clock is designed to be hung in a diamond shape as shown and measures approximately 12" from left corner to right corner. Requires 1 "AA" battery. Made by hand by Ohio artist Stacy Owen.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson™ Swag Leg Work Table - Rectangular
    hivemodern.com
    Design George Nelson™, 1958. Walnut or laminate top, chromed steel tubing. Made by Herman Miller® "Total design is nothing more or less than a process of relating everything to everything." -George Nelson. The Swag leg group from George Nelson is back! Each piece displays the distinctively slender and majestic metal legs that give the "swag" appearance to the group. The beauty and unique design of each piece combined with the legendary quality from Herman Miller makes the Swag leg group a pleasant addition. Herman Miller founder D.J. DePree saw an article in a 1945 Life magazine featuring George Nelson's Storagewall unit, which was causing a sensation in the furniture industry. He was so impressed that he paid a visit to Nelson in New York and convinced him to be his director of design, which spurred Nelson to found his design firm, George Nelson & Associates. The warm personal and professional relationship between Nelson and DePree yielded a stunning range of products, from the playful Marshmallow Sofa to the first L-shaped desk, a precursor of today's workstation. The work table is highlighted by either a white laminate or walnut veneer top with a walnut edge band. Features chrome-finished steel-tube legs, adjustable glides and solid walnut stretcher. Shipped knocked down. 54" L | 36" w | 29.5" h.
  • Artifort Oyster Lounge Chair
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    Design Pierre Paulin, 1960. Foam upholstered shell, chrome or powder coat frame. Made in The Netherlands by Artifort. "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colorful." -Pierre Paulin. True design is timeless. It survives all trends. Without aging. Take Oyster for instance. Modern, exciting, smart, respectable, comfortable. One of the first designs in the Classic Collection and 'the easy' chair of the sixties. The chromed metal base is so minimalist that the seating shell seems to float. All over the world, this chair decorated, and still decorates, the living areas of Artifort fans with a feeling for style. The Oyster was in the Artifort collection until 1979 and by request, it was brought back into the collection in 1999. Pierre Paulin studied stone carving and clay modeling at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in the early fifties where he began designing furniture for Thonet. In 1958, he became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs with an inner structure of steel tubing, covered in foam and fabric. In 1968, Paulin collaborated with Le Mobilier National and received many important government commissions including furniture and interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. He also designed home appliances. 35.8" w | 29.1" d | 33.5" h | seat: 14.2" h. Base is offered in chrome. Matching ottoman also available.
  • Artifort Pierre Paulin Tongue Chair
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    Design Pierre Paulin, 1967. Tubular steel frame, upholstery. Made in Holland by Artifort. "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colorful." -Pierre Paulin. Feel free to speak easy in this low lounge chair. The flowing form and significant colors enable uninhibited interior seating accents to set tongues-a-wagging. Tongue whispers gently and whose flowing shape and subtle colors make it possible to create interior seating accents easily and, most of all, expressively. Designed in 1967, the tongue chair is part of the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern art in New York. Pierre Paulin studied stone carving and clay modeling at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in the early fifties where he began designing furniture for Thonet. In 1958, he became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs with an inner structure of steel tubing, covered in foam and fabric. In 1968, Paulin collaborated with Le Mobilier National and received many important government commissions including furniture and interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. He also designed home appliances. 25.2" h | 33.5" w | 35.4" d | seat: 13" h.
  • Nelson™ Swag Leg Desk by Herman Miller®
    roomandboard.com
    Introduced in 1958, this streamlined desk is just right for today's workspace. It easily holds a tablet or laptop and has ample nooks to organize your paperwork. Two small drawers hold pencils and office supplies. And the solid walnut and chrome construction will stand the test of time. Designed by George Nelson. Part of the Herman Miller ® Collection. Room & Board is an Authorized Herman Miller Retailer.
  • Cavallini & Co. Quirky, Scholastic Body of Work Print Set
    modcloth.com
    Your abode reflects your creative self, just like the many other art forms you employ for self-expression. Turn your home into an installation piece with this pseudoscience-inspired print set byCavallini Co.! Embellish your dwelling with this trio of vintage-influenced posters, which are loaded with old-timey info on on the mind and body. Get reflective with the assistance of a color-coded phrenology chart, or predict your future path with a handy palmistry guide. Along with your robot-themed bathroom decor and kitsch-adorned kitchen, these quirky prints will feel right at home in your unique space! Quirky, Scholastic, Collegiate Body of Work Print Set by Cavallini & Co. in Multi for Graduation, Halloween occasions.
  • Rosendahl Romer Alarm Clock
    shophorne.com
    After many years of being forgotten, the Arne Jacobsen relaunch has reintroduced the table clock into modern interior design. Thanks to updated functions such as snooze and light sensors, the table clock serves as both a clock and an effective alarm clock, but most will probably use the new table clock as a design object. With its graphic black/white color scale and elegant metal foot with unmistakable inspiration from "the Ant" and "Seven" chairs, the table clock fits in well anywhere in a modern home: in the bedroom, living room, kitchen, on shelves and not least in the office as the ultimate gadget for design lovers. Led light, white face, black roman numerals and alarm function.
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  • A Vintage Poster Flyin'
    bluefly.com
    A retro airplane in mid-flight.Poster is 11" x 14" and printed on cream textured cardstock. Flyin' quality material; U.S.A;
  • Artifort Little Tulip Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Pierre Paulin, 1965. Upholstered shell, chrome or powder-coated base. Made in The Netherlands by Artifort. "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colorful." -Pierre Paulin. As if Pierre Paulin had premonitions of Flower Power, the simple Tulip spreads its half-open petals around the sitter, inviting and warming at the same time. There is a stately Tulip with a high back, which is an eminently comfortable lounge. There is also the Little Tulip. Elegant with its low back, it is perfect for conferences, as a side, dining or desk chair or just a comfortable spot for an after-dinner chat. As a homage to Pierre Paulin, the Little Tulip with cross-base has now been reintroduced into the Artifort collection. Elegant, light-hearted and beautiful to behold. 29.1" h | 28.3" w | 22.8" d | seat: 18.1" h. Base is offered in polished aluminum with chrome back and tube.
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