The Computer House of Cards, designed by Charles and Ray, date back to the IBM Pavilion during the 1970 World’s Fair in Osaka, Japan. The Eames Office created them as souvenirs for IBM’s guests.
The Computer House of Cards were printed once, for that occasion alone, which makes them an extremely rare and desirable collectors item for Eames enthusiasts and technology buffs around the world.
The photographs—shot up close and in stunning detail—exhibit the diversity and rich imagery of a computer’s inner and outer workings. They also mark a specific point in our technological history, as the Eameses made the images before the invention of the computer chip.
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