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  • July 21, 2014
    This is the $60 custom painted Han Solo in carbonite toilet seat available from eBay seller derbycovers. It's only printed and painted though, it's not actually 3-D, so if you thought this was going to be a cheap way to experience sitting on Han Solo's face, think again. I kn... / Continue →
  • April 23, 2014
    This is the beanbag Iron Throne made by Isabell Kiko of Nerd By Night (but what are you by day?!). She even includes patterns and instructions if you want to make your own, WHICH YOU DO. Sure yours won't look as good and will start losing its beans immediately, but hey -- you... / Continue →
  • April 1, 2014
    This is the $185,000 Onyx Sofa from Peugeot. It measures 3-meters (~10-feet) long, 800-pounds, and is made from a chunk of volcanic rock and carbon fiber. It does not look like the sort of sofa I'd want to throw myself down on. Or make love on. Make love TO? Maybe. Regar... / Continue →
  • June 7, 2013
    This is a human armchair costume designed and constructed by artist Jamie Isenstein. It makes you look like you're an armchair, presumably so unsuspecting guests will sit on your lap. Now, are you thinking what I'm thinking? "They should have made it a toilet?" You really a... / Continue →
  • February 19, 2013
    You ever wanted to sit atop a throne made out of old keyboards and yell at the internet to do your bidding? Me too, and now at least one man can because Mike DeWolfe just made one. Just don't expect the internet to ever do what you say. You there, lowly interwebs -- bringet... / Continue →
  • January 23, 2013
    This is a video of an industrial robot that's been programmed to carve logs into stools with a chainsaw. Afterwards, the stools are sold to the folks who came to watch the robot in action. Wow, what a fun way to spend a Saturday morning! "You're joking." Of course I'm jokin... / Continue →
  • January 12, 2012
    Dutch designer Jólan van der Wiel made these stools with magic by mixing iron filings with molten plastic and creating the legs by "pulling" them up using magnets. When the plastic hardens, BAM -- you've got yourself a stool. "What the -- I'm not milking cows, who the hell si... / Continue →