Presumably inspired by the tangle of cords under my desk, the Entropy Chair created by Phillips’ Collection doesn’t look like a chair at all, just a cube of randomly strung wires. Those wires have actually been carefully placed to create a seat.
Presumably created as a powerful social commentary on how we’re killing ourselves at work, these office chairs were designed to resemble coffins. They do not look comfortable. Still, being uncomfortable is a small price to pay for looking cool when you’re attending the annual vampire conference.
Designed for use in workshops and garages by people who are all too familiar with their hands being covered in grease and/or fresh wounds, Vyper Shop Chairs are a high-end line of chairs designed with both comfort and functionality in mind.
Inspired by the shape of a star, the Star Lounger from Troy Smith Studio makes a sitter feel almost as if they’re sitting in SpongeBob BFF Patrick Star’s lap. And who hasn’t ever wanted to experience that?
Because nothing says I’m the king of this sandcastle like a giant red crab chair in which to rest your beach bum, purveyor of unusual home and garden decor Design Toscano has created this Giant Red King Crab Sculptural Chair.
The sharp eyes over at GameSniped spotted another rare gem at eBay. If you still have your NES console and a couple of driving or flying games, dust ’em off and bid for the Video Game Super Chair controller.
I swear some of the best stuff we’ve posted here at technabob has originated from someone’s Coroflot portfolio. In this case, it’s Mexican industrial designer Gabriel Cañas’ Tetris Chair, which is so amazingly gaudy that only Willy Wonka could ever hope to love it.
I have no idea what the story is behind this set of numeric keypad/calculator chairs is, but I do know I think it’s super cool!
I wish so badly that I could explain the rationale behind this or tell you whether or not it’s concept art or a commercial product, but I still haven’t learned how to read Japanese characters.