It's amazing what's changed design-wise since 2000, when illustrator/designer Steve Guarnaccia put out his mid-century modernist retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. For one thing, the story is actually set in the 50's, not in the Dwell-y, 21st century re-creation of it. The bears are actual, unironic hipsters, not "hipsters."
In the year 2000, you could still buy Prouve; modernist design was still an expertise, not a lifestyle. Which might explain the odd combination of Papa Bear's Rennie Mackintosh and Mama Bear's
Saarinen Womb Chair Jacobsen Egg Chair [as Geoff and the belatedly discovered photo above attest], which is more MoMA architecture & design gallery than DWR. And I've never even heard of a Baby Bear-sized Eames LCW Chair; if that was some prototype Goldilocks broke, I'd feed her to the wolf myself.
Previously: Oh yeah, Guarnaccia also co-wrote that rather uncritical, self-congratulatory Baby Boomer children's design book from 1994.