Leo Capote's Upcycled Furniture

Hammer chair.

Shovel stools.

What would you do with 233 discarded spoons?

Chair made of pool balls.

Wrench shelf.

Brazilian artist Leo Capote doesn't need fresh materials to build fine furniture. That's because he worked in his grandfather's hardware store for 20 years before going to college. So he knows how to improvise.

-via Recyclart | Photos: Leo Capote

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Nice ideas, but they look absolutely unusable as furniture.
Kind of like the haute couture "fashion" you see - absolutely unwearable anywhere other than a runway.
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