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Moyee Monster Chair: Get Gobbled up in Comfort

 |  |  |  January 26, 2013


I don’t know why, but getting gobbled up by this plush monster looks more comfy than scary. This chair was created by Jason Goh and was inspired by a story his grandmother used to tell him about how fish balls would turn into a giant hairy hungry monster if he didn’t eat them up. Needless to say, that if I was a kid and heard that, I’d probably gobble up my fish balls as well. Mmmm. Fish balls.

fish ball monster moyee chair photo

The Moyee Monster Chair actually looks pretty comfortable to me. While it might not be suited to you if you are claustrophobic, it will provide you with a bit of privacy. The lush interior will also allow you to curl up in a fetal position and relax. The interior also has built-in mood lighting, andĀ bottom is weighted so it won’t topple over when you sit inside of it.

fish ball monster moyee chair alone photo

I wonder if and when Jason will produce these one so I can get one for myself.

fish ball monster moyee chair inside photo

And if you’re wondering what fish balls are, they are round balls made up of ground up fish that are usually served in a broth, and are quite popular in Asia.

[via Yanko Design]



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