Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Imagine walking onto a child's scrap paper. The page seems to be covered in unorganized scribble-scrabble. As you walk closer you notice these scribbles aren't scribbles at all. They're purposely arranged wire meant to give the impression of a pointless illustration. This is exactly what you get from Rough Sketch Products, a series of unique pieces developed by Tokyo University of the Arts student Daigo Fukawa for his 2013 senior thesis exhibition.
The exhibit consists of a variety of chairs and couches that, when seated upon, look as if you are caught in an episode of Elmo's World. Check out all the pieces in the images below:


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