What do Charles and Ray Eames, Dennis Hopper and Steve McQueen have in common? Well, they all appear in Eventually Everything Connects by Loris Lora for starters, a gorgeous visual exploration of modernism in California.
Through its 245 pages, this 'book' aims to join the dots between the movers, shakers and shapers of the mid-century Californian modernist movement. It includes actors, models, photographers, artists and film directors, as well as designers. And the term 'book' appears within quotations, because it unfolds to become a beautifully illustrated four metre frieze (you can see the Eames at work below).
It's published by Nobrow, an independent publisher specialising in beautiful graphic art and illustration. They were the people behind the London Deco book and you can expect the same care and attention to be lavished on this publication.
A unique way of exploring this fascinating cultural period, you can order a copy of the book for £25.