Maman (1999) is a sculpture by the artist Louise Bourgeois. It is amongst the world’s largest, measuring over 30 feet high and over 33 feet wide, with a sac containing 26 marble eggs. The sculpture was created by Bourgeois as a part of her inaugural commission of The Unilever Series for Tate Modern’s vast Turbine Hall.
Along with earning a reputation for publishing some of the world’s finest photojournalism over the years, National Geographic has accrued a backlog of unpublished photos as vast as the Kalahari. To mark the Yellow Box’s 125th birthday this year, its editors launched a Tumblr to highlight some of its otherwise forgotten images.
Found is Nat Geo’s productivity-killing photostream, drawn from its sprawling archive of unpublished vintage prints.
Folding lounge chair by Eileen Gray.
Twins: Houses in Five Parts by William O’Brien Jr.
Carré Blanc by Eric Marrian.
Furnishings by photographer and furniture designer Ana Kras.