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Supersonic Guitars, Volume 2
by Billy Mure
MGM, 1960 (E3807).
12.5 x 12.5"
When we think of Charles Eames the first image that comes to mind is furniture. But Eames also had a very playful and experimental side. His 1957 Solar Toy, also known as the Do Nothing Machine, was a Rube Goldberg-esque kinetic plaything designed for ALCOA by the famed designer. Oscar Shefler once noted “There is little pertinence in asking what the toy is supposed to do. It is not supposed to do. It is supposed to be. Its whole function is in its being." Prominently featured as the main illustration on this Billy Mure LP from 1960, The Eames "Do Nothing Machine" creates a strong graphic impact. Minor shelf wear, with a partial split to the top seam. Ready to frame, display, and enjoy!
This item will be shipped in a brand new record mailer for the protection of your new LP.
About Charles Eames:
Charles Eames (1907-1978) and his wife Ray (1912-1988) revolutionized furniture design in the mid-twentieth century. Their iconic designs are featured in museums worldwide, and include chairs, houses, children's toys, puzzles, films, exhibitions, and just about everything in between. Known for their attempts to use technology to provide inexpensive yet well designed products for the masses, Charles and Ray reveled in post-war American optimism.
Since this item is being sold as a piece of graphic design, playability of the LP is not guaranteed.