Light Up Your Crib With Recycled Walk/Don't Walk Chair

By: thischick - Published: Aug 14, 2008 • References: uncommongoods & thegreenhead
Looking for a uniquely cool piece of recycled art for your hip and happening home?

New York city contemporary artist John Carter makes the "Road Tested Chair" from old Walk / Don't Walk traffic lights. The chair simply couldn't be cooler.

The recycled seating come with a remote control that allows you to operate the chair's fully-functioning lights even from a distance and the glow of those lights in a darkened room must look pretty sweet.

If the standard yellow doesn't match your decor you can always order a custom paint job from the artist himself (a good thing, given the $3700 price tag). Stats for Street Light Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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