There’s something very cool about this chair made by vivian chiu. I love the way it somehow plays with the perspective.
This project involves systematically collecting discarded chairs from London streets over a period of about roughly two years, then spending 100 days to reconfiguring the design of each one in an attempt to transform its character and/or the way it functions. It’s done by Martino Gamper…
Lighting sculptures by Marcus Tremonto: “My work is illustration based in origin, with inspiration from French Pop comics of the 60′s, which so well delineated what was necessary to translate the image; the suggestion of a solid form through simple line gesture. By manipulating and exaggerating size and form, the work forces the viewer to re-examine, question and consider the surroundings in which it exists as part of the piece, much like a cell in a comic or frame that tells a story. As with all of my work I want the viewer to interact with what they are experiencing, either by movement or question, thus allowing the relationship to begin between them and the piece.”
The ChairKIT_ by Dan Civico. It would be even cooler if your could deconstruct it for easy storage again…
“Furniture is not sculpture, nor is a particular design created only for visual appearance. Furniture clearly satisfies all requirements: It should be used, enjoyed and respected.” … Jens Risom