The House P by Philipp Architekten: Shell lounge chairs by Hans J. Wegner, 1963. / Taringa
A detail from the Matrix, by Keith Haring, 1983. The entire piece is over 30 foot long, material ink on paper. / Google
EPICENTRO NEURÁLXICO DE PLANOS Á DERIVA (130 X 120 cm. Mixta / lienzo.)
LUGO HISTORY MUSEUM
Lugo, Spain 2007-2011
The Japanese artist acclaimed both at home and abroad for her eclectic artistic talent.
Eiko Ishioka, born on the 12th July 1939 in Tokyo, is the eclectic artist acclaimed worldwide for her work in various fields, such as design, cinema, TV, advertisment and print, and can nowadays be arguably called the “top Japanese art director and graphic designer”. Text and image via Japan Coolture
A chabudai (Japanese low dining table with short legs) in a traditional setting. People seated at a chabudai may sit on zabuton or tatami rather than chairs. Image via Pinterest