Bo Reudler: Slow White

Pumpkin Rot recently featured Bo Reudler’s Slow White furniture series.

Clearly, form trumps function…and the form is just a tad offbeat and obscure. My vivid imagination immediately envisioned that these are the outcasts of the furniture factory, who escape into the night to be happy misfits together.

They explore the forest and revel in their curves, knots and organically shaped pieces…so divinely unlike their homogenous factory counterparts.

This one is making a wish as he glances toward the sky…

A chair enjoys a quiet meditative moment before rejoining the others…

Original Source
Artist Site

10 Responses to “Bo Reudler: Slow White”

  1. Your imagination has taken us to a place that’s good. And I thank you for it.

  2. Perfect for that crooked man who walked a crooked mile,
    who found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile.
    Who bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse.
    And who all lived together in that little crooked house. 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on ~ Morning Tempest Studios ~ and commented:
    I love this. It’s so beautiful with the lightness of the fantastic furniture and the contrast of the darkness. Lovely piece!

  4. Reblogged this on drndark.

  5. Sara no "H" Says:

    I want that chair.

  6. Haha! Lovely story! Furniture seldom has so much character.

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