Charles and Ray Eames in a playful mood during a break in a photo-shoot for an advertisement for the Molded Plywood Group, laying on the sidewalk outside the Eames Office, “pinned” by chair bases. Venice, California, 1947.
Print is custom made in the USA. Available in archival quality photo satin or rag velvet paper with an option of a black metal frame with white mat.
Charles & Ray Eames
Charles and Ray Eames used photography as they did their films, to better understand the product, the project, the situation at hand, and then to see if their understanding of it changed with each photograph. Close looking from every angle -- what Eames Demetrios wrote in his book, An Eames Primer, as "Charles and Ray took quite seriously the lessons learned from Eliel and Eero Saarinen of trying something out over and over."