Eames designed iPad case

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Soon after the first Apple computer debuted in 1977, Charles Eames died in St. Louis. The iconic designer certainly would have appreciated the simplicity and clean lines of the iPad and the National Building Museum in Washington, DC is now selling a lovely case for the tablet created from an Eames design. The folder is lined with one of Ray Eames’ beautiful dot pattern textiles. The museum says the starburst folder is “big enough to hold an iPad with room for some papers and a magazine.” Oh, you’re going to want to click here for that. Enjoy.