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Illuminating Incentive For Helping Howe Project

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:43 AM
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by Eric last modified Jun 04, 2011

The fundraising drive towards making the John Howe documentary happen is nearly over and film maker Rob Barros only needs a $1500 pledge by June 8, 2011 to achieve success! In order to sweeten the deal for that one special donor who wants to guarantee this John Howe film to happen... Rob built this one-of-a-kind Taliesin III Desk Lamp over the winter and will send it to you as a thank you for making this...




 

 

Picture 1 The fundraising drive towards making the John Howe documentary happen is nearly over and film maker Rob Barros only needs a $1500 pledge by June 8, 2011 to achieve success!

In order to sweeten the deal for that one special donor who wants to guarantee this John Howe film to happen... Rob built this one-of-a-kind Taliesin III Desk Lamp over the winter and will send it to you as a thank you for making this long overdue film honoring Mr. Howe come to fruition.

It is hand-crafted from Minnesota Cherry wood, having cured for 30 years. Making it particularly special and unique: the red blocks which secure each light box are painted from the Cherokee Red Floor stain of the recently demolished Wear Residence.

The Wear Residence was a classic Usonian home in Woodland, MN, designed by John Howe in 1961 while at Taliesin Associated Architects.

So, make this film happen and be justly rewarded for your generosity! Follow the link to learn more and to help make this Howe film fundraiser a success.

Image via Rob Barros



 

 

 
 
 

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