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The Eames Office's last exhibition designed during Charles' lifetime was its most complex. Celebrating the American Revolution Bicentennial, The World of Franklin & Jefferson explored the connections between the two men and their impact on America's independence.
The exhibition revealed specific infividuals who shaped Franklin and Jefferson's thinking; it stressed their commitment to the independence movement; it highlighted the men's roles in creating the Declatation of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights; and it explored their interest in America's westward expansion.
During its tour, Franklin & Jefferson travelled throughout Europe and the United States, showing everywhere from the Grand Palais in Paris to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Produced in conjunction with the exhibition is this brochure from the Eames Office collection. The vintage brochure, produced in 1975, is in wonderful condition and features 28 color pages filled with rich graphics and content.
Purchase now through 2/24 and receive The Films of Charles and Ray Eames; Volume 3 as a bonus so you can further explore the World of Franklin & Jefferson.