Halloween Seating (4) – Skull and Bones Chair by Keith Tyson

Skull and Bones Chair by Keith Tyson

Via Joanne Mattera

Anti Stress Chair by Bashko Trybek

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Anti Stress chair by Bashko Trybek

Bashko Trybek is a Polish designer (in production by Paris-based Outdoorz Gallery) is composed of hundreds of re-arrangeable stress balls which, much like Pally by Laura Väinölä that we featured earlier,  let you create countless patterns for the seat (and back!). It is also probably more comfortable than the Tennis Balls Chair by Remy and Veenhuizen Guido posted about a while back.

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Anti Stress Chair by Bashko Trybek

Produced in a large (240 ball) ‘low chair’ and a small (128 ball) model, the chair itself consists of a steel wire grid powder-coated in a range of colours. users place stress balls in each of the spaces of the wire frame, arranging them as desired into stripes, motifs, or patterns. The colours of stress balls were selected as magenta, cyan, yellow, black, and white to match the printing raster, turning the entire piece into a playful and interactive interpretation of printing pixels.

Via designboom.com

Jimmie Martin Armchairs

Jimmie Martin Ltd is an established luxury brand based in London since 2004. Working with private, commercial and high profile clients, Jimmie Martin provides an eclectic showcase of one-off pieces of furniture combining the decadent and quirky with the nostalgic and urban.

Skull Cushions by Alexander McQueen for The Rug Company

New fashion-forward cushions for your trusted old sofa, anyone? These Alexander McQueen for The Rug Company tapestry cushions with McQueen’s signature skull motif are handmade using traditional needlepoint technique and come in cream & gold and black & cream color combinations.

Photos via net-a-porter.com

Skullduggery by Georgina Brett Chinnery

Having seen the skull chair by Pool being received by you so well, I was reminded of this other skull themed chair I came across a few years back and kept a photo of saved on my computer. Let me introduce you to the Skullduggery chair by Georgina Brett Chinnery who designs for her own “interior couture” firm Bombarock in the UK.

Initially working in fabrics using skull prints and experimenting with textural applications, Georgina exhibited her ‘Skullduggery’ chair at the 2006 London Design Festival. At London Design Festival 2008 Georgina showed her signature style of upholstery using skulls and tattoo roses. The new collection of decorative leather furniture, showing a more artisan approach to her work will be exhibited in May 2011 at Collect.