Ray Eames and Charles Eames. Hang-It-All coat rack. 1953
The Eameses’ children’s furniture exemplified efficient modern technology and rational production while also exhibiting whimsically arranged motifs and vibrant colors that signified innocence and sweetness. The pair’s playful partnership and interest in children’s goods extended to many different kinds of objects for the modern playroom, including the House of Cards, Hang-It-All clothing rack, abstract Walking Horse, and Drawing Toy.
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