Made by the Eames couple in 1946, the DCW Chair is an iconic modern furniture whose shape had withstood the test of time and proven itself to be more of a definitive creation than just a chair. The ergonomically minded chair crafted from plywood is now made over by British graphic design firm, ilovedust.
ilovedust drew on the dialogue between Charles and Ray Eames during the unveiling of the chair at the Arlene Francis "Home" Show. The folks from ilovedust reworked the quotes from dialogue and interlocked them with graphics from the 1950s to create interesting matching pieces of different narrative views. Each pattern is carefully appiled onto the DCW Chair by hand and the chairs come with limited edition cushions in green and blue of matching designs for purchase. Also, there are specially commissioned silk-screened prints available alongside the cushions and chairs as well. Check out the pictures and the remake of an iconic classic that will add instant style to your house.