This fantastic animated video shows 108 Years of Herman Miller in 108 Seconds, by Amsterdam-based studio Part of a Bigger Plan.
Happy Monday dear readers! I would like to kick off the week by introducing you to a brand new regular column called “Yellowtrace Spotlight” – hooray! Each month I will bring you a whole bunch of good stuff I wouldn’t normally be able to share with you due to the limited number of posts. The column will feature all manner of things such as new products, art exhibitions, design events, lifestyle news and the like – many of those would normally suffocate under a large pile of emails and press releases I receive every day…
Major extreme love alert! Let’s just say that this post is a bit of a wet dream for me due to the unlikely pairing of the two things I love so dearly – the genius of Ray and Charles Eames and the awesomeness of Street Art. Phwoar!
Now I have to say that this is kind of old news, but who cares – it’s awesome and it still deserves to be talked about, right? Curated by artist Billi Kid and photographer Luna Park, ‘Eames Inspiration’ was a charity auction for the benefit Operation Design’s New York Educational + Design initiative, which “originated from the belief that great design creates a better environment for learning.” Umm, amazing! The 20 Eames chairs were re-imagined by some of today’s most celebrated graffiti and street artists, and displayed in Barneys Madison Avenue …