The Look-I-like Chairs by Christina Zeidler and Deanne Lehtinen feature printings that look like that of an outfit that would be worn by a random sitter. With the top half featuring a shirt and jacket and the base featuring pants, it's no wonder that the Look-I-like Chairs are a playful form of suggestion.

The creations are made using actual printings of people that are then affixed to the rather basic chair. What's created is a playfully chic seating solution that is both clever as it is painstakingly modern.

Although fun to look at, Look-I-like Chairs are actually a social commentary regarding the potential that photographic technology has to push our perceptions of what is real and what is essentially not an actuality.