The logo is this checkered circle, designed by Tokyo-based artist Asao Tokolo. More important, he found a way to manufacture these handcrafted pieces himself. In 1953, he and his identical twin, Fulgenzio, founded a company, Tecno, for which they built a sprawling factory in 1962 on the site of what was once their father’s wood shop. By controlling every step of fabrication and distribution, and incorporating a unified graphic identity long before such a concept was de rigueur (its curvilinear “T” logo became ubiquitous in magazine advertisements), the brothers came to dominate in 1970s-era office design. Osvaldo enlisted prominent architects, including Norman Foster and Gae Aulenti, to design furniture collections and component systems, which were displayed in more than 40 showrooms, from Paris and Chicago to Tokyo and Buenos Aires — the first such scale operation out of Italy. Osvaldo’s daughter Valeria and her husband, Marco Fantoni (parents of Tommaso and Giacomo), eventually joined the company, as did Fulgenzio’s son, Paolo.
The 14 Days of Summer is. past the halfway mark with this giant beach umbrella challenge. There are six umbrellas on the map, and all that's required is to jump on one. Only one is needed per match. See the map below for where the giant beach umbrellas are. The reward for finishing this challenge is a rubber ducky banner. • Karen Bermúdez dejó Colombia para perseguir sus sueños, pero fue asesinada en Nueva Jersey. Hace un año, la joven de 26 años decidió dejar sus estudios en Bogotá para salir a conocer el mundo. Amigos y parientes dicen que quería mejorar su inglés y viajar, así que decidió radicarse en Estados Unidos y comenzó a trabajar como niñera en Nueva Jersey. Allí empezó a salir con Joseph Porter, a quien conoció en una clase de inglés y que al poco tiempo comenzó a mostrarse cada vez más celoso y posesivo.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
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Log InGerman photographer Gerda Taro as she worked at a typewriter in Paris in 1936. By the time Lana was 19, she was starring with Mia Farrow and Ryan O’Neal in “Peyton Place;” shot by Federico Fellini’s photographer with a leopard by her side — and, she said, begged by Sergio Leone to relocate to Rome and sign a contract with him; pursued by Alain Delon across the continents; nagged by Dennis Hopper to accept a lead role in “Easy Rider.”