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by Karrie Jacobs last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:23 AM
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by Karrie Jacobs last modified Oct 01, 2010

by Karrie Jacobs Rather than being an historical movement from the first half of the 20th century, left over and reheated, we think of Modernism as a frame of mind. To us the M word connotes an honesty and curiosity about methods and materials, a belief that mass production and beauty are not mutually exclusive, and a certain optimism not just about the future, but about the present. —“The Fruit Bowl Manifesto,” Dwell, October 2000




 

 

son of fruitbowl illo

by Karrie Jacobs

Rather than being an historical movement from the first half of the 20th century, left over and reheated, we think of Modernism as a frame of mind. To us the M word connotes an honesty and curiosity about methods and materials, a belief that mass production and beauty are not mutually exclusive, and a certain optimism not just about the future, but about the present. —“The Fruit Bowl Manifesto,” Dwell, October 2000

 

 

 
 
 

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