Just What Is It that Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing?

“He can change his face. To change, he must contract his jaw muscles to move the focus of his face. He can change the way they want. Jack of all trades, master of around 80. Please don’t refer to their destroyed life though. And yes he said hand pedal, right, hand pedal.”

“We kind of slept on them down there. We can’t afford to do that this time around; their record speaks for itself. We didn’t have a chance down there. Once the ball went up, it seemed like we were down by 10 or 15 points. That just gives us more motivation, more awareness that we can’t come out lackadaisical. It was weird. I really felt a sense of relief when I stepped on that floor. It gave me a chance to forget about everything that was going on off the court. I hadn’t smiled all day until I got on that court.”



Just What Is It that Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing? Richard Hamilton, 1956. Created for the catalogue of This Is Tomorrow where it was reproduced in black and white and also used in posters for the exhibit.

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