Octopus throne: when a four-legged chair just ain't swanky enough for ya


An unbelievable octopus chair - nay, throne - by Maximo Riera.

"the Octopus Chair places the animal and human being in harmony, where each is considered equal and one is not subject to the other. The octopus is not decoration; it is as intrinsic to the chair as the person sat upon it."

Via NotCot (there are even "making of" pictures!)

Want one? email info@maximoriera.com.

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