This scene of the camera travelling through the inside of a train is taken from Toccata for Toy Trains, made by Charles and Ray Eames in 1957, and one of their most charming and important films. On one level, it is a celebration taking place entirely within a world of toys, on another, it is about a favorite Eames theme: the unselfconscious use of materials.
This flipbook is a rendition of the short film Lounge Chair, made by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956. The original film took about a week to make from start to finish. It was made on the spur of the moment when the Eameses were to make a television appearance promoting the new Eames LoungeProduct Details
This flipbook conveys a walk-through of the Eames House, which was designed and built by Charles and Ray Eames as part of the Case Study House Program in 1949. The Eames’ home until their deaths, it is one of the most influential post-war residential buildings in the world. This fliptour offers a rare chance toProduct Details
This animation of the construction of the Eames House is taken from the opening of the Charles and Ray Eames film House: after 5 years of living, made in 1955 as a portrait of their home, which they designed and built as part of the Case Study House Program in 1949. Made entirely from availableProduct Details
A flipbook dealing with the relative size of things in the universe and the effect of adding another zero. This optical toy is an adaption of the classic film, Powers of Ten. Travel from the edge of the universe to an atom in the hand of a sleeping man at a picnic. The effect isProduct Details