Blog Category: Behind the Scenes
Judith Leiber’s diminutive handbags were designed to fit a lipstick, a handkerchief and a $100 bill. As to carrying other necessities, “Well, what’s an escort for?” said Leiber.
The costumes in the 1924 Soviet era silent movie, Aelita Queen of Mars, were marvels of Constructivism.
The Three Stooges knew how to have fun.
Two toolboxes on the International Space Station. 3-D tools printed in space. And more.
Tennis courts. Running track. Basketball court. And more.
Rows of parked cars. Beach canopies. And more.
Extreme mending flaunts the repair, with stitches that call attention to themselves.
Mid-century pod chairs. Deeply set windows. Paper clips.
Australian Aborigines are adapting their traditional dot painting technique to new color schemes and freer abstraction.
Busby Berkeley perfected the “art of order,” in Kristin Bialik’s apt phrase. The internet is full of tributes in pencils and paperclips.