Isamu Noguchi was a prominent Japanese American artist, landscape architect and modern furniture maker whose artistic career spanned six decades, from the 1920s onward. Known as one of the most versatile, fearless and prolific artists of his day, Noguchi began a profitable business relationship with Herman Miller in 1947. This relationship was to prove fruitful, resulting in several designs that have become symbols of the modernist style, including the iconic Noguchi table, which remains in production today. There is a purity, balance, simplicity and ethereal essence to Noguchi’s work that is both timeless and instantly recognizable. We say yes to Noguchi! Please take a look at some of his vintage pieces (and ones his work inspired) below!