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  • the business of making art

    Bruce Tomb had no clear plans in 1984 when he hand-cast a basin for a gallery exhibition in Santa Clara, Calif. As an art piece, Sacred Basin was successful, but “it wasn't done with the intent to become a product,” the San Francisco-based designer says.

  • stock exchange

    At one point or another, almost every residential architect dreams of providing well-designed, affordable homes to the masses. Some try to reach this goal through prefab, while others become developers themselves.

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  • back to the drawing board

    a new program launched by three industry groups seeks to help jobless designers get back in the game.

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  • Eameses Celebrated on Postage Stamps

    Beginning June 17, 2008, the U.S. Postal Service will make available for purchase a pane of 16 42-cent stamps bearing different designs by Charles and Ray Eames.

  • stamp of approval

    Charles and Ray Eames focused their considerable talents on creating well-designed products with practical, real-world applications. So it only seems fitting that, starting June 17, images of the mid-20th-century pair and their work will appear on a pane of 16 commemorative stamps from the United...