Eames Lounge chair debut: It caused quite a flurry

1 Oct



Halloween is coming up. I’ve never really been one to dress up or celebrate but this year I thought living a little would probably be an ok experience. I’ve been researching a lil every day about the Eames duo, surprisingly there doesn’t seem to be very many photographs of them (anyone got the goods?). So I am hesitant. Not really sure if I could get the outfit right and all that. When I saw this video I starting to dig the idea of being Ray for a night a lot more. Check her out here dudes! She get’s all shy and you think ‘you were a part of design history?! You are shy too?!’ The humility she shows in this video makes me love the Eames’ designs ten times better.
On top of all that I think the host is pretty funny. She’s carrying on a conversation with Charles and is looking directly at the camera staying clear away from addressing Charles with anything else but words (when did television decide that was a dumb way to interview someone? The 90’s?). Charles, even though I could imagine that being terribly awkward, holds it down like a gentleman keeping eye contact during most of their conversation.

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4 Responses to “Eames Lounge chair debut: It caused quite a flurry”

  1. Serene October 1, 2010 at 11:20 am #

    They have the same height difference as you and Ben for sure. This is going to be awesome.

  2. joemountain October 1, 2010 at 11:26 am #

    :D I kinda chuckle at the idea of a graphic designer pretending to be an architect for a night.

  3. Serene October 1, 2010 at 11:35 am #

    It’s all scribbles and ideas, scribbles and ideas.

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