Chair Made From Dropping A Mannequin Onto A Metal Cube

Dropping a cement filled mannequin on a perforated metal trapezoid is a really strange way of creating a chair, and it looks as you would expect it would-crumpled and uncomfortable. But hey, you can't blame designer Ezri Tarazi for trying to come up with something new in the world of furniture design. If only he could find a more practical use for a cement-filled mannequin, say as a wrecking ball or to weigh down a snitch when he drops them in the ocean. --via DesignTAXI

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PS to clarify: A model contest by Elite (a model company) and they gave the first place to a skin over bones concentration camp anorexic. The fashion / model business has completely and totally lost touch with reality and are verging on criminal misbehavior by pushing and promoting this sort of thing. That's what makes me puke.
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I dunno, looks comfy if it wouldn't be made of metal.

>> mannequin sized....

Speaking of mannequins; this makes me puke:
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