Mid Century Design

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Mid Century or , more commonly, modern art was the significant movement in design that had its influence from the early 1930’s to around the mid 1960’s. That puts it pretty much following the art deco movement. Modernism saught to follow the organic forms of nature with simplistic shapes and forms.The modern movement was widespread as it influenced architecture globally and also furniture and art as well.

 

Furniture Design

 

Charles Eames Lounge chair A signifcant part of the modern design movement was seen in furniture. Take for instance this Eames lounge chair featured in this photo. Charles Eames and his wife Ray eames where cutting edge designers. Charles studied architexture at Washington University in St Louis where he met his wife. Together they developed many designs based on newly available materials like plastics and resins.
 
 

Modern Architecture

 

modern architecture Modern architecture is the design of buildings and homes in a simple unornamental design. The modern design for architecture is a look of science and technology. Usually, the designs entails the use of alot of glass, steel, and concrete.
 

Geometric Form

 

Mid century wall art The modern art movement in the middle of the last century was heavily inspired by the prospects of technological innovation. It represented a time when we were engaged in a space race and new space age materials where being produced like plastics, titanium, and superalloys. The lines and forms of this era where simple and, in many cases geometric. Many times, geometric form was used with striking color contrast that boldly engages anyone who enters the room.
 

Mid Century nails sculpture

 

Mid Century Nail Art A fairly common theme from the modern era is braze welded masonry nail art. This is one of my favorite mediums as i work in this quite often.
You can visit my brazed nail art lens to see what I have available.

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