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Verner Panton S‐Chair, 1959/60 Courtesy The International Design Museum Munich (A. Laurenzo)[content:shareblock]

Verner Panton S‐Chair, Courtesy The International Design Museum Munich - Organic - *Lecture: Design Languages An Overview* & *The Sixties: Plastic and Freedom*

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I would say proporations of this is very well done considering it came form bauhuas the one place that shoddy design work would not be acceptable. Scale both of the lines making the picture unique would be a little more than each other.

Untitled (Sculpture That Eats) - Giovanni Anselmo - Conceptual Art. 1968. One of Anselmo’s best known works, it involves the crushing of a lettuce between a large standing block of granite and a smaller stone, secured by a wire. If the lettuce is allowed to dry out, the wire will lose tension and the stone will fall. Some have interpreted it as a symbol of the fatal destiny of man crushed between forces greater than him

Ideas of weight and fragility- untitled, by Giovanni Anselmo, 1968 Arte Povera. As lettuce wilts granite sags/ falls