P I P O V A [ collection ]
Design History, Architecture & other interesting stuff.
P I P O V A [ collection ]
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americanapparel:

Around the American Apparel factory, downtown Los Angeles.
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This bizarre helmet supposedly helped focus by rendering the wearer deaf, piping them full of oxygen, and limiting their vision to a tiny slit. (1925)

source: news.distractify.com
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1960s OLIVETTI Typewriter Vintage Advertisement Poster Graphics
source; Flickr
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british matchbox label 
source: flickr
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polish matchbox label
source: flickr
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scandinaviancollectors:

ARNE JACOBSEN, Lufthavn armchair (model 3300), 1958. Manufactured by Fritz Hansen, Denmark. / Design Within Reach
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Title, Year
Campo GraficoRivista di Estetica e di Tecnica Grafica, No. 10/11/12, Oct/Nov/Dec 1938
Cover Designer
Enrico Bona (unknown)
Managing Director
Luigi Minardi, Carlo Dradi
Size (h x w), Language
13 x 9.5”, Italian

source: www.thisisdisplay.org




Campo Grafico was Italy’s premiere, independent printing, typography and graphic design journal of the 1930s. 66 issues were published in Milan, Italy from January 1933 to May 1939. The journal pioneered a platform for discussions and experiments re: the ideals of European avant-garde design.
This collection of Campo Grafico images were gratefully provided by theTipoteca Italiana fondazione.
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CR Magutt, c.1956
Designer
Studio Boggeri
Client
Loro e Parisini, Milano, Italy
Size (h x w), Pages, Language
11.75 x 8.25”, 4, Italian




Studio Boggeri (Milan) worked with the innovative, heavy equipment company Loro e Parisini for over 20 years, designing a variety of catalogs, advertisements and more. In pre/post war Italy, Boggeri attracted the brightest Italian, German and Swiss talent many who worked on this account including: Ezio Bonini, Aldo Calabresi, Max Huber, Rene Martinelli, Bruno Monguzzi, Max Schneider and Carlo Vivarelli.
source: www.thisisdisplay.org
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scandinaviancollectors:

Original Knoll advertisement for the Wire side chair by Harry Bertoia, designed in 1953. / Modern Design
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scandinaviancollectors:

Warren Platner´s steel wire dining chair, for Knoll International, ca.1960s. / 1stDibs