I took this photo of a chair painting dated 2000 by Christiaan Kuitwaard, a Dutch painter born 1965, on December 30, 2007, in Dutch Museum BelvÃ©dÃ©re.
And then you get a visit from a fellow Blog Catalog member, M2JL :: STUDIO who is a designer herself and maintains a blog M2JL :: STUDIO Blog that pointed me to this stylish:
Rocking Baby Lounger from Bloombaby
With this picture of a chair like Cathedral designed by Gio Ponti, really it’s like a Royal Chair, I would like to wish all Chair Blog readers Happy Holidays! The cathedral is in Taranto.
Chair 777 is a very clever design. With a twist of your arm you can use it to sit, relax or lounge.
It’s made from recyclable cardboard by the German artists/designer collective Die Fabrik which means The Factory. Its members are probably located in WÃ¼rzburg [in a prior version I had mentioned Berlin, apparently erroneously].
Via Design Spotter
Last edited by gje on April 6, 2010 at 3:20 PM
Sitting on the 1,600 pencils-with-erasers of this Pencil Bench probably gives a similar sensation as sitting on the Shotgun Shell Chair but beware the indigo of your jeans is erased rather than shot off.
The extra in it is that you can use each pencil, sharpen it and place it back. Eventually the seat will be very comfortably tailor sharpened.
A product of Boex in Cornwall, UK, and awarded at the 2007 Cornwall Design Week.