History of a Disturbance

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Marc Atlan Design with Oller & Pejic, Architects - Black Desert House 2012, Yucca Valley, CA

Marc Atlan Design with Oller & Pejic, Architects - Black Desert House 2012, Yucca Valley, CA

Clifford Welch - single family residence 2008, Dallas, TX

Clifford Welch - single family residence 2008, Dallas, TX

Phillip Jon Brown – Flynn Ranch “House A” 1987, Los Angles, CA

Phillip Jon Brown – Flynn Ranch “House A” 1987, Los Angles, CA

Wendell Castle - untitled (carved and lacquered wood, 1992)

Wendell Castle - untitled (carved and lacquered wood, 1992)

Claude Conover - Kaamil vessel (glazed stoneware, circa 1970)

Claude Conover - Kaamil vessel (glazed stoneware, circa 1970)

Timo Sarpaneva - Sunballs (hand-blown glass, 1960)

Timo Sarpaneva - Sunballs (hand-blown glass, 1960)

JEAN CARLU - AMERICA’S ANSWER! / PRODUCTION, 1942
Designed and issued six months before the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, the U.S. Government later reissued this poster on a larger scale the following year, when the war machine was heavily reliant on the mighty output from American factories. Here, power, technology and strength are combined in a modern, almost mechanical style making for one of the most spectacular American posters produced during World War II.

JEAN CARLU - AMERICA’S ANSWER! / PRODUCTION, 1942

Designed and issued six months before the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, the U.S. Government later reissued this poster on a larger scale the following year, when the war machine was heavily reliant on the mighty output from American factories. Here, power, technology and strength are combined in a modern, almost mechanical style making for one of the most spectacular American posters produced during World War II.