A Visual Poem

October 29, 2009 § 11 Comments

I’ve never seen a photo that I thought of as a visual poem, but there’s always a first time.

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“This series, designed by Tapio Wirkkala [the guy had a mug worthy of his bottles] in 1968, employs the “Incalmo” technique wherein two different types of glass, worked separately, are fused together to obtain, within a single object, separate areas differentiated by colors. — Moss”

Courtesy: The Mid-Century Modernist

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