IC Design

Kareware Placemats Black and White

Kareware Napkins Black and White
AW-SKTCBW
Napkins black & white (set of 4)
15,00 CHF
AW-SKTNCO
Napkins color (set of 4)
15,00 CHF
AW-SKTTBW2
Tea towel black & white drops & waves (set of 2)
38,00 CHF
AW-SKTTBW1
Tea towel black & white dots (set of 2)
38,00 CHF

Kareware Napkins Color

Kareware is a series of table textiles designed by Susan Kare, the legendary designer who created many of the earliest Macintosh icons and the interface design for MacPaint. Her work on symbols in early computing continues to shape our digital experience today. Areaware asked Susan Kare to design a set of textiles for the Jacquard loom. Jacquard weaving was the first instance of applied computing, and was run by a punch card system. Areaware is excited to pair an icon of early computer interface design with one of the earliest computerized technologies to produce this line of fine woven textiles. The textiles are 100 % organic cotten, double jacquard woven, reversible, absorbent, pre-shrunk, and easy to care for. Made in India.

 

Kareware
Patterns & Designs by Susan Kare

AW-SKTTCO2
Tea towel color drops & waves (set of 2)
38,00 CHF
AW-SKTTCO1
Tea towel color dots (set of 2)
38,00 CHF
AW-SKTCBW
Coasters black & white (set of 4)
15,00 CHF
AW-SKTCCO
Coasters color (set of 4)
15,00 CHF
AW-SKTPBW Reversible Placemats
black & white (set of 4)
76,00 CHF
AW-SKTPCO Reversible Placemats
color (set of 4)
76,00 CHF
Kareware Placemats Color

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Areaware Designers:

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Harry Allen

Magnus Pettersen

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Jonas Damon

Paul Loebach

Johannes Molin

Ross Menuez

Karl Zahn

Pat Kim

James Paulius

Bower Studios Brooklyn

Dan Martinez

Richard McGuire


The Principals

Bryce Wilner

Carlos Ng

Michael Savona

Brendan Ravenhill

Noel Wiggins

Clara von Zweigebergk

Grain Studio


Buckminster Fuller

Susan Kare