It is no surprise the complete diversity of these Sebastian Errazuriz Finds. The Chilean-born, New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz is a creative virtuoso. Errazuriz's work takes on so many dimensions, from political statements to masterpieces in design.
Lately his work has been criticizing the financial crisis and unsatisfication in the way the world is going that sparked the Occupy Movement. In his socially charged seating project, Errazuriz took real slogans from the protestors' signs during the Occupy Movement and reworked them onto chairs, while his dollar-sign street art painted the streets in a more avant-garde public display.
Errazuriz's other work just shows of the ingenuity of his mind. From his zip-away fashion that consisted of a dress made up of 127 zippers to the holy wine treats he created for his gallery show. Errazuriz makes bold statements in his art working to spark conversations and imaginations.
From Dollar-Sign Street Art to Shopping Cart Birdcages
Socially Charged Seating
The Sebastian Errazuriz 'Occupy Chairs' Collection Commodifies Protest
Anatomical Chopping Appliances
Sebastian Errazuriz Will Give You Shivers in the Kitchen
Sweeping Vine Bookcases
The Metamorphosis Bookshelf by Sebastian Errazuriz is One-Of-A-Kind
Dollar-Sign Street Art
The Sebastian Errazuriz ‘Wall Street Nation’ Intervention is Re
Shopping Cart Birdcages
The Sebastian Errazuriz 'Organic Chicken' Cage Has Gone Cuckoo
Peculiar Planetary Plates
The Sebastian Errazuriz 'Space Bowls' are Out of This World
The Boat Coffin by Sebastian Errazuriz Encourages Memorable Funerals
Sneaker/Trousers Save You a Little More Time in the Mornings
Bicycle Seat Benches - Sebastian Errazuriz Creates Funky Furniture for Fitness Freaks
The 120-Zipper Dress Goes From a Mini to a Cocktail and Everything in Between