Now THIS is how you hold up a pane of glass for a coffee table! Kirk McGuire has a series of bronze sculpture tables that add a dash of marine adornment to the home.
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Industrial Artifact has me drooling over their home furnishings, particularly the gorgeous vintage style storage.
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.
Now, I have a strict rule against my furniture being in better shape than I am. But if you prefer your chairs with well defined pecs and abs, you might want to consider “Mr. Chair.”
This is furniture that seems to say “Don’t you dare sit on me when you could be working out right now, you lazy sack of crap!”
Ever wonder how Hell is furnished? Look no further…I have your answer. You’re welcome.
Michel Haillard creates sinister pieces of furniture, inspired by a passion for hunting.
I don’t believe in hunting just for sport, so to avoid intense cognitive dissonance I must believe that these creatures were killed for food, and that every part of the carcass was carefully and responsibly used.
I would also accept the use of dead animals if one were to find them decimated by plague or natural disaster.
Maybe they just died of old age…
Although a tad too opulent for me personally, I think these pieces would be phenomenal on dark, lush movie sets. Haillard could easily furnish an entire villain abode.
What images or characters does this furniture conjure up in your imagination?