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Joe Colombo

Joe Colombo

Joe Colombo, Italian designer, painter, architect, filmmaker et cetra had a noble impact on the field of Space Age design.  Credited for such inventions as the “boby trolley” and the “tube chair” many of his contributions to the design community and futurist movement are widely respected.  Colombo worked for several high end furniture companies including Bernini, Stilnovo, Kartell, and the like.  His award winning designs have been internationally exhibited.

Tube Chair

Colombo utilized injected molded plastic and contemporary material to create an array of elegant and imaginative pieces.  Colombo had an affinity for interiors as well.  Previously studying architecture in Milan, his ergonomic sensibility was complimented by his funky far-out vision.  This was apparent in his installation at the Vitra Design Museum.

Vitra Design Museum

Joe Colombo died at the age of 41 yet left behind a legacy of exquisite innovations for aesthethic productivity. His work can be seen at the permanent exhibition of mid century modern furniture at the MoMA.

June 27th, 2006 by Karen

The Six Fix

Karim Rashid rugCool amoeba-shaped rug by designer Karim Rashid

Didi Rounds

Fun Didi Rounds wall art can be arranged separately or together. Good for sound proofing!

Verner Panton rugs

Op art rug by Verner Panton. Add life to any room!

Wallter Circles

Sleek and simple: Wallter Circles for the more conservative mod

Patrick Norguet rugs

Painterly rug collection by designer Patrick Norguet. Comes in a variety of color themes.

Pierre Paukin rugs

How to dress a room in red: Designer rugs by Pierre Paulin

June 22nd, 2006 by Karen

Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely

Psychedelic patterns that emerge from the Dreamachine and early computational experiments parallel Optical Art imagery of the sixties. Op Art is also referred to as “retinal art” because of the illusionary depth and motion created through the repetition of form and color. Op Art images visually exceed the two dimensional plane. This perceptual shift is the result of the way the viewer’s brain organizes information.

Op Artist Victor Vasarely used the “Alphabet Plasitque” to create optical illusions. Each color and shape was assigned a variable that could easily be manipulated. The kinetic relationship of color and shape gave dimensionality to his work. He and many other Op Artists created paradoxical imagery that challenged spatial limitations.

June 21st, 2006 by Karen

Six Things to Fix On

Wilsonart Laminate Chip Chair Winner

Look what you can do with Laminate! Wilsonart Laminate Chip Chair Winner: Charles Brill (2006)

“Images from the Computational Universe” Experiment with sound at WolframTones

Rocio Romero LV House

Living in style made cost effective: Rocio Romero’s LV House

Westinghouse Telegenic Aquarium

A must have one-of-a-kind Telegenic Aquarium! by Paul Leibow

Urban UFO: HolyRoller (2006)

Artist makes an impression: Urban UFO HolyRoller by Eric Staller (2006)

Conspiracy X Rug

Rock Star Rug Collection featuring Conspiracy X Rugs

June 12th, 2006 by Karen

SHAPING THE MIND

 

Binary art takes shape in experiments like Brion Gysin’s Dreamachine (circa 1960). The Dreamachine is a cylindrical modulating light that rapidly flickers through a perforated pattern and causes one to enter a dream-like hallucinogenic state.

“Dreamachine visions usually begin by the meteorically rapid transit of infinite series of abstract elements. These may be followed in time by clear perception of faces, figures and the apparent entractment of highly colored serial pseudo-events. In other words, dreams in color.”

The shape of Gysin’s design is similiar to Fillippo Dell’Orto’s elongated Hal 9003, which combines solid form with transparency and illumination, creating radical a form that pleases both the eyes and the senses.

Hal 9003 Lamp from Inmod

 

June 12th, 2006 by Karen

Binary Art and Design

Kenneth Knowlton's Binary Art

The theory that Progress is a stepping stone toward some elevated plane of existence is not necessarily a time based, linear notion. The chaos theory proves (to the extent that it is derived) the multifaceted array of the “seemingly” random order of time. The generation of a fractal is one way to describe this theory in motion. Things change yet nothing changes — simultaneously.

Kenneth Knowlton, pioneer of binary art and theory, examined the nature of progress through interactivity. “The computer does not make it possible to define or execute complex processes — this possibility exists independently — but the computer does make execution fast enough to be done interactively with further human decisions, accurate enough to avoid mistakes, and cheap enough to afford a great deal of experimentation. Whether the computer is defining a new branch of art is an open and difficult question, particularly in the area of works defined entirely by logic.”

He and many other artists of this era have formed a valid argument against the notion of Progress as linear. This is evident in their experimentation with geometry and patterns generated by early computer programs.

June 6th, 2006 by Karen

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