Mid Century Art .com
Mid-Century Art (MCA) was created by San Francisco designer, Michael Cahn, to feature a collection of original serigraphs hand silk-screened in the 1970s. Luckily the few remaining 'Supergraphics', so popular in the 70s, were safely stored in the 80s and remain in like new condition today.
Although more 'Vintage' than 'Mid-Century' these pieces complement a Mid-Century aesthetic very well. So well in fact MCA invested in the keyword domain Mid Century Art to showcase Supergraphics to its largest clientele; lovers of Mid-Century and Modern design.
MCA has heard it all, from Mid-Century Modern to Mid-Century Bohemian Chic, and Supergraphics tie many various styles together. Are you a Mid-Century Interior Designer with a Minimalist flair? Check out some customer photos, or even better email a pic of your space and MCA will recommend the perfect Supergraphic.
Graphilia Textile Supergraphics
Locally manufactured in San Rafael, California in the 1970s Graphilia Textile Supergraphics once had a profound impact on the world of interior design. Graphilia Textile Supergraphics are no longer in production and limited amounts remain.
"Bold designs, created by leading Western designers, have been individually hand screen printed on cotton fabric to create a series of dramatic wall hangings. They may be used individually or grouped to provide a strong visual focus for any interior. They may also be used to coordinate various styles of furnishings. Used in a sparsely furnished room, they add a feeling of completeness. Each design is stretched on a sturdy pine frame and ready to hang. "