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12.07.2011

Hanukkah: Arts & Architecture's Style

 
Finally. A Hanukkah card. And this crisp menorah interpretation kind of suggests Matisse's later work, at least in my eyes. But it's actually an adaptation of John Follis's design seen on the July 1958 cover of Arts & Architecture. Remember LACMA's Christmas tree cards from this November post? The Charles Kratka for Arts & Architecture designs? Both are now being offered to celebrate California Design, 1930–1965: "Living in a Modern Way," on view at the museum through June 3, 2012.

The original covers may be seen over at the Arts & Architecture Collection. Prints of the most popular magazine covers, including Follis Hanukkah, are available. Look for special discounts through Sunday, December 11.

5 comments:

Interior Design Directory said...

Hanukah art is interesting. It's refreshing and unique. Thanks for sharing.

Joni Webbn said...

you know this caught my eye!
hope you have a wonderful holiday season.

Joni

Style Court said...

Joni, now I just need to find some thing lush with French flair!

Happy holidays to you too!

Cheers,
C

Tokyo Jinja said...

A couple candles short though.....couldn't send it to a purist :-)

Style Court said...

Jacqueline -- yes, I think this 7-branched style is a temple menorah.