1. Vintage Rowenta Dress-Fit Garment Steamer / Orange 70’s Appliance by orangem6 on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Vintage Rowenta Dress-Fit Garment Steamer / Orange 70’s Appliance
    Find it here: etsy.me/1c4PiSk

     
  2. Mid Century Modern Desk Lamp / Verner Panton Style Atomic Lighting / 70’s Space Age Retro Decor by orangem6 on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Mid Century Modern Desk Lamp / Verner Panton Style Atomic Lighting / 70’s Space Age Retro Decor
    Find it here: etsy.me/1eqQlIJ

     
  3. Vintage Flip Clock Alarm Clock / Bosch UDW2 / Retro Orange Yellow Table Clock / 70’s Germany by orangem6 on Flickr.

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    Vintage Flip Clock Alarm Clock / Bosch UDW2 / Retro Orange Yellow Table Clock / 70’s Germany
    Find it here: etsy.me/1k43vM6

     
  4. Vintage Clamp Lamp / 70’s Atomic Lightning / Targetti, Italy / Orange by orangem6 on Flickr.

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    Vintage Clamp Lamp / 70’s Atomic Lightning / Targetti, Italy / Orange
    Find it here: etsy.me/Wn1hEi

     
  5. stacja:

    1955 Lincoln Indianapolis

    (via room-of-flint)

     
  6. Vintage Spirit Bottle “Alko” from Ljubljana Distillery, Made in Yugoslavia by orangem6 on Flickr.

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    Vintage Spirit Bottle “Alko” from Ljubljana Distillery, Made in Yugoslavia
    Find it here: etsy.me/17uNNDl

     
  7. Braun Hairstyling set, hair dryer. HLD-5. Complete in original packaging in mint condition. Designed by Reinhold Weiss in 1972. by orangem6 on Flickr.

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    Braun Hairstyling set, hair dryer. HLD-5. Complete in original packaging in mint condition. Designed by Reinhold Weiss in 1972.
    Find it here: etsy.me/1er6cae

     
  8. (Source: alexhoehn)

     
  9. Mid Century Modern Atomic Mushroom Desk Lamp / Verner Panton Style Space Age Lighting / 70’s Retro Decor by orangem6 on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Mid Century Modern Atomic Mushroom Desk Lamp / Verner Panton Style Space Age Lighting / 70’s Retro Decor
    Find it here: etsy.me/1eAMMko

     
  10. ECO FEVER_002 by VonMurr on Flickr.

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    Main corridor - view towards the main exhibition hall - Fluorescent Yellow curtain on one side - Fluorescent Passage - Brutal application of Barragan’s ambient color trough colored surface reflection.

    I have really busy but pretty satisfying time right now. Here a bit of documentation from my exhibition Eco Fever. Museo Experimental El Eco was created by Mathias Goeritz in 1957 and reopened exactly 50 years later under the protection of UNAM. Main objective of El Eco was to create experimental art space based on the Goeritz concept of Emotive Architecture.

    As for highlights of my approach to the exhibition I can mention quickly:

    1. Color Clasism - (“noble” and “vulgar” colors)

    2. Transgression between high and pop culture (night club - museum)

    3. Softening the severity of Goeritz (and Barragan) approach to minimalism / mysticism

    4. Sacrilege - as much cultural/aesthetical as “religious” - in this case monolith becoming soft, pink - the divine in its erotic, sissy aspect)

    5. Efficiency / Potential Test (related to my previous The Best of The Rest project)


    Those interested in more detailed commentary can read my statement and short questionnaire I am providing at The Set Page. (At the moment unfortunately in Spanish only)

    Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico DF, February 28th 2008

    Sony Cybershot 10.1 MgPx