Pixel Stretched 'Lathe' Chairs by Sebastian Brajkovic

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Feb 14, 2009 • References: sebastianbrajkovic & dezeen
Designer Sebastian Brajkovic took his inspiration for this furniture collection he calls 'Lathe' from a Photoshop tool that allows you to stretch out a single row of pixels in a digital image.

Brajkovic bases his designs on the forms of antique pieces of furniture. Then, through the concept of pixel pulling, his extrusion-like chairs and settees are developed. The upholstery fabric of each piece is hand embroidered.

Brajkovic’s 'Lathe' collection will be on display in London at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery until mid-March. Stats for Photoshop-Inspired Furniture Trending: Older & Average
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