About ACME Studio – Charles & Ray Eames Dots Architect Pencil
This beautiful Charles & Ray Eames Dots Architect Pencil displaying the iconic Dots pattern designed by Ray Eames in 1947, not made during their lifetime, but realized through the Eames office. Ever since the year 2000, the iconic Dots pattern has been reproduced in various textiles, pillow covers, and Eames memorabilia. This Eames Dots Architect Pencil displays the etched dots pattern on its barrel while lacquered in black featuring Charles and Ray Eames’ signature. The box includes an eraser, a tube of 2b pencil lead, a black sleeve and ACME Studio literature. More details on Charles and Ray Eames Dots Architect Pencil:
- Dimensions: 7″ x 0.9″ x 3″ inches
- Weight: 5.6 oz (0.35 lbs)
- Pencil Lead Degree: 2b
- Line Size: 2 Millimeters
About Charles and Ray Eames
The husband-and-wife team of architect designers Charles and Ray Eames set out to prove that modern architecture could be both accessible and economical. Using prefabricated materials purchased through catalogs, the Eameses constructed residences consisting of light steel-skeleton cores covered with fitted plastic, stucco, or glass panels, as well as stock doors, windows, and accessories. These mass-produced materials were chosen for both economic appeal and industrial aesthetic and represent a utilitarian domestic architectural style. The Eameses did not only did they create and contribute to their most important fields (architecture and design), they also dealt extensively in fine art and film, and industrial and graphic design. Charles and Ray Eames took the idea of modernity and shaped it into a beautiful personal vision which remains to this day.