Black Paper 37 is an arm chair designed by Vadim Kibardin and it’s made of 37 paper layers and 20 details of gofer cardboard.
Via today and tomorrow.
Lichtenstein explores the relationship between materialism and sexuality through the recontextualization of popular Japanese erotic imagery.
Fascinated by the mass‐production and fetishism of hyper‐sexualized Japanese figurines, Lichtenstein juxtaposes mass produced anime dolls and pornographic comic book characters in ironic situations in order to imbue them with new associations and richer meanings. Lichtenstein challenges her audience to engage with and question the function of these images from a Western perspective; to weigh how much of the images’ sexuality is ascribed by the spectator.
Love the chair !
Via gallery nine5.
By Thomas Schnur.
Bench Chair clearly takes its inspiration from the famous Monobloc Chair but puts the associations that any chair evokes into a new context. Its curved shape is contorted into a voluminous body, thereby creating an abstract space, such that observers are confronted with a transformed hybrid. It is as simple to manufacture as the monobloc: a rotational molding process means that Bench Chair can be serially produced.
Ordinary idea, extraordinary execution – public seating like you’ve never seen it before by the German duo Yvonne Fehling & Jennie Peiz in the shape of Stuhlhockerbank. I’m also a bit of a sucker for their Still Lives project too. A portfolio to get well and truly inspired by.
Found at It’s Nice That.
What a nice idea… ! I would love to wear a Eames chair !… I met the guys (the two brothers of Bruxe Design) who make these necklaces last week end. I love their work and their attitude towards design… The necklaces are made in collaboration with Uranium.
Tiny Little Chairs is a series of collectable pendants celebrating mid century design. Each pendant repre- sents a vintage chair which revolutionized furniture production and the design process. The designers of this era have forever changed the way we interact with design objects and their harmony within of our home, office and environment. These miniatures allow you to wear your love and appreciation for these pioneering designers and their iconic objects which continue to be benchmarks for today’s designers.
The first series consists of five chairs, The Scoop Chair, The Pavilion Chair, The Dining Chair, The Work Chair offered in solid gold, silver and bronze.
Found on tinylittlechairs.com