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Quick to the Bat Chair!

by Conner Flynn
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Awwww. It’s a little Batman sitting on a Bat-Throne. This would definitely be the best seat in the house for kids. This was a school project created by James Todd for his 3D design class at Stoke Damerel Community College. James obviously did an excellent job. It has Batman ears and even pockets for supplies and comic books.

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The assignment was to design a chair using only recycled parts. The rules were to reduce, reclaim, and reuse. Now he has a chair fit for the Batcave.

In case you are wondering, that little Bat-baby is photography technician James Robert’s seven-month old son Ronnie, who sat in the seat while it was photographed for James’ portfolio. I would say James already has the start to a very promising career.

[via The Herald via Nerd Approved]

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