It’s just a matter of time, industrially speaking, until we’ll be over flooded by the rich and famous pretended designers.
This time it’s a recidivist – Pharell loves flirting with design so much that he’s doing home interior now. It’s not a bad thing drenching your music with sexual messages and rhythms, migrating all that and decorating homes with it’s completely another.
In case the picture doesn’t speak for itself, this Perspective chair
maid made in collaboration with Domeau & Pérès represents the love between a man and a woman. Clever, isn’t it? Downright from hell, this chair along with another one and a table will form a perspective chair to be shown in the Emmanuel Perrotin Galerie, in Paris from October 21st 2008 until January 10th 2009 and the few colors available will sell in 4 of each only. Hurry up or you’ll miss the interior designer debut of mighty Pharell! (via highsnobiety)
What a seriously uguly piece of furniture.
Stand up and die, fella; this is not amusing. It’s awful.
That vulgar sexism chair go back to the studio to produce music Pharrell!…….Ooooohh I’m so distracted by the Editor’s Choice which pops-up luckily: the beautiful Nina Ricci perfume bottles. I’m the lucky owner of a some very old ones in different sizes with the dove….I treasure that bottles…..Yes, sorry this off-topic….
It’s a 4-limited edition, that’s what makes it funny. The feeling that Mr. P doesn’t see fit for anyone to have his gorgeous chair it’s confirming his low self-designer esteem!
kpriss, you make me laugh. That’s too funny. Or his ego is so sky-high, which I think it is, that Mr. P finds himself that special….pffffff….
This is one of the sickest chairs ive ever seen! I want to buy it!! so all u haters…. you must not get any hah <3
I believe it’s spelled ‘made’ not ‘maid’. :]
While I enjoy some of Pharrell’s music, I find this piece of furniture to be distasteful and, if your comment on what it’s referring to is true, disgusting and degrading. I don’t know how he can be taken seriously, if the furniture that he designs is sexual, obnoxious, or both.
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