What was so special about Charles and Ray’s clothing? Posted July 29, 2019 by Marlow Hoffman

In this video, Eames Office education director, Carla Hartman, is at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America, where she enthusiastically shares what made Charles and Ray’s clothing so unique.

The Eames Office took the opportunity to explore the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America with our education director, Carla Hartman, and the show’s co-curator, Darrin Alfred.

In this video clip, discover the details that made Charles and Ray’s clothing so unique, from Ray’s hidden pockets to the Native American buttons on Charles’s shirts.

Stay tuned throughout the month to see additional clips of the exhibition through the eyes of Hartman and Alfred, in segments on tops, toys, and more.

Serious Play is on view at the Denver Art Museum through August 25, 2019.