Four unique premium quality prints with a classic wooden display stand that will inspire and delight you whether placed on a shelf, a desk, or in any nook and cranny.
Mini Print Size: 5.82" tall x 4.13" wide (each)
• Luxe 32 pt thick—four layers of superfine paper pressed together
• Sustainable Mohawk paper with an uncoated, textured finish
• A rich seam of Black color runs through the middle of each print
• Printed in the United States
Wooden Stand Size: 0.75" tall x 5" wide x 1.5" deep
• Made with high-quality natural pine
• Two color choices: natural or deep brown
• Hand-crafted in the United States
With personalities as big as the iconic structures they created, American Modernism was shaped by the "starchitects" that had the vision to build the future. Stylistically silhouetted against a backdrop of vibrant color and accompanied by one of their well-known maxims, these high-quality, fine art prints will make the perfect gift for any fan of architecture and design.
Illustrated by PrairieMod co-founder, Eric O'Malley.
Louis Sullivan (1856-1924) was one of the most influential American architects in history. He is considered by many to be the "father of modernism" and is credited as the creator of the modern skyscraper. His ideas helped inspire the Prairie School movement, which included designers such as Frank Lloyd Wright, George Elmslie, and William Purcell.
Richard Neutra (1892-1970) worked briefly for Frank Lloyd Wright before moving to California to work and live with his friend Rudolf Schindler—who also previously worked with Wright. He subsequently became one of the leaders of West Coast mid-century modern architecture. Neutra also trained several young architects who went on to independent success, including Gregory Ain, Harwell Hamilton Harris, and Raphael Soriano.
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is considered to be America's greatest architect. His work fostered new ways of thinking about architecture, using innovative technology and materials. His creative genius went far beyond architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, linens, and home decor.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) was like many other European architects influenced by the bold American architecture of the early 20th century. He was enamored with Frank Lloyd Wright's Wasmuth Portfolio, exhibiting his free-flowing spaces of inter-connected rooms which encompassed their outdoor surroundings as demonstrated by the open floor plans of the Prairie Style. Mies served as the last director of Berlin's Bauhaus, and then headed the architecture department at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.
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