The exact ‘CIBI’ glass tumbler design that Deckard (Harrison Ford) is seen drinking whiskey from in Blade Runner (1982) at a key reflective moment in the film. Tried and tested by Film and Furniture, these heavy weight, stunning glasses command respect.
The Eames Lounge chair is one of the most iconic designs of the twentieth century so it’s no surprise it has featured in Tony Stark’s mansion in Iron Man, Click, Sunday in New York, The Ghost Writer, Archer, Frasier, Gossip Girl, Hope Springs, The Housemaid, Tron Legacy, Closer and even in the animated spy comedy Archer.
Director/Producer Billy Wilder (Sunset Blvd. (1950), Some Like It Hot (1959), The Apartment (1960) was fascinated by furniture and a big fan of the Eames. He owned several plywood chairs like this one.
The first in-depth overview book of Anderson s filmography, guiding readers through his life and career. Previously unpublished photos, artwork, and ephemera complement a book-length conversation between Anderson and award-winning critic Matt Zoller Seitz.
by Film and Furniture Founder, Paula Benson. This week I learned a lot about magazines, MacGuffin’s and the kitchen sink (drama). The MacGuffin A MacGuffin is an object or device in a film or a book which serves as a trigger for the plot. This plot device often has little or no narrative explanation and…