Dead-Pillow is noW
A thematic collection of found images.
Dead-Pillow is noW
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Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
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Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
archatlas:

Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
archatlas:

Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
archatlas:

Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
archatlas:

Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
archatlas:

Interface: People, Machines, Design Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum
2+7 Telephone. Designed by Marcello Nizzoli, made by SAFNAT, Italy, 1958.
Regency TR-1 pocket-sized radio. Designed by Teague & Petertil, made by Texas Instruments and Industrial Development Engineering Associates (IDEA), USA, 1954.
The Blickensderfer 6 portable typewriter. Designed by George Canfield Blickendsderfer, USA, 1906.
The Olivetti Valentine typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Perry King, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1969.
Divisumma 18 portable calculator, designed by Mario Bellini, made by Olivetti, Italy, 1973.
Macintosh Icons. Designed by Susan Kare, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 1984.
IPOD Digital Media Player. Designed by Jonathan Ive, made by Apple Computer Inc, USA, 2001.
“This exhibition examines how design has been applied to information technology products; and about how a handful of companies made complicated technology appealing and easy to use. It is also about the visionaries who started some of the great consumer product companies of the 20th century and how the designers and engineers they hired found a means of imparting their ideals into the products they designed.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
archatlas:

Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Geometrie #1 Paolo Pettigiani
“A context which the shapes become a pretext for exploration of space, freeing itself from its real picture, to make it more emotionally relevant. The minimal geometry, shadows and colors intersect between reality and absence, visually decontextualized from initial aesthetics. In this way, the following photographs describe a “non-place”, dematerialized by its own matter.”
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Return to Magenta
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fiore-rosso:

Barozzi / VeigaErweiterung Bündner Kunstmuseum ChurChur, Switzerland
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Barozzi / VeigaErweiterung Bündner Kunstmuseum ChurChur, Switzerland
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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Drive-In Prints Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak
"The Drive-in Prints by artist Pete Ware aka 17h and Oak pays homage to the movies by combining iconic characters and famous quotes in the form of typography art. Each print is developed from scratch and utilises their silhouette and key features to bring you a unique perspective of your favourite films.”
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maybeitsgreat:

Braun Poster by Lundgren+Lindqvist from Sweden