Yuka Yoneda

“Eames House” Alphabet Blocks For Mid-Century Modern Tots

by , 04/13/10
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If  you want to teach your tot about modern design but don’t think they’re quite ready to hit the textbooks just yet, check out these rad alphabet blocks by House Industries. Drawing inspiration from Charles and Ray Eames‘ mid-century home, they showcase letters, numerals, and symbols from House Industries’ Eames Century Modern font collection. They’re made from renewable Michigan-grown basswood, and when you stack all of the blocks together they form a mini version of the famous design duo’s house.

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