Posts Tagged ‘Eames House’

Architectural photographs by Vancouver photographer Krista Jahnke

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

A small selection of architectural photographs by Vancouver photographer Krista Jahnke. Trained as an architect at Carleton University, Jahnke also has a BFA in photography from Vancouver’s Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She’s taken some of the best shots of the Eames House I’ve seen.

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Ice Cube narrates Ray and Charles Eames in L.A.

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

“Charles and Ray Eames, husband and wife team… They were doing mashups before mashups even existed.”

Ice Cube studied architectural drafting before becoming a rapper.

Thanks, Krista Jahnke for finding this on archinect. Jahnke is a Vancouver-based architectural photographer – see her own photos of the house.

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RIP Julius Shulman, 1910 – 2009.

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Julius Shulman, the prominent architectural photographer who helped introduce North America to modern architecture, died yesterday at age 98. Shulman had never retired. Working solidly almost up until months before his death, he produced a remarkably complete photographic archive of modern American interiors and exteriors spanning more than a 50-year period.

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More iconic Julius Shulman photographs

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

From the Taschen bio of Shulman:

American photographer Julius Shulman’s images of Californian architecture have burned themselves into the retina of the 20th century. A book on modern architecture without Shulman is inconceivable. Some of his architectural photographs, like the iconic shots of Frank Lloyd Wright’s or Pierre Koenig’s remarkable structures, have been published countless times.

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Ray Eames’ workspace vs. Charles Eames’ workspace

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

There’s something compelling about Ray Eames’ desk area, papered with work and photographs. Many people seem to have a fierce aversion to clutter these days (driven no doubt by the storage furniture industry) but artists like to have materials and visual stimulation at hand in their studios and there’s some evidence that this supports the creative process.

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