Ghost Chair by Studio Drift

While Guido is away actively searching for even more yellow chairs in Milan and Torino, I am here to update you on some of the chair happenings that are soon to take place elsewhere.

From October 13th to 17th, 2011, London’s annual Super Design design art exhibition will be showing specially commissioned studio pieces by both well known and emerging designers. Studio Drift will be showcasing its Ghost Chair:

The Ghost collection by Studio Drift is a futuristic concept of a chair; a 3D image captured within the boundaries of its outer shell. The chairs are handmade using a unique 3D technique to create unusual subsurface drawings inside the solid Plexiglas chairs. The “inner ghost” is made from over a million tiny air bubbles, the image a reflection of light on air, thus the name Ghost Chair.

Do you think it changed much from the version circa 2008? What am I missing?

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Ghost Chair by Studio Drift

Who you gonna call? GHOST Chair

When there is something strange, and it don’t look good…Don’t blame Dutch design studio DRIFT. Their wizards Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn have conjured up some pretty attractive spirits and eternally captured them for you to sit your rear on. The “GHOST” chair is “a futuristic concept of a chair, 3-dimensionally captured within the boundaries of reality.” It will be on display at the Salone del Mobile in Milan from 16th – 21st April 2008. If attending, make sure to bring some slime wipes. Designer: Ralph Nauta & Lonneke Gordijin

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