'Cap' by Don't Feed the Swedes portrays the top of a spray can bottle in this unusual ode to graffiti vandals.
This hilarious seat makes a perfect addition to an artist's home with its pop art feel and funny undertones.
I think Don't Feed the Swedes did a perfect tribute to spray cans with this versatile stool.
Implications - Once a sign of deviance and misbehavior, graffiti has become celebrated work that people would even decorate their homes with. Keeping with a street/pop art feel, 'Cap' by Don't Feed the Swedes feeds the need of people looking for unique furnishings to go along with the raw artworks that can be found hanging on their walls.
'Cap' by Don't Feed the Swedes is a Pop Art Masterpiece
1. Street Art Decor - The rising popularity of street art as a decor style is opening up opportunities to create unique furnishings like the Cap stool.
2. Pop Art Revival - The Cap stool's pop art aesthetic shows a growing trend towards revival of quirky, humorous designs in home decor products.
3. Upcycling Artifacts - The Don't Feed the Swedes stool demonstrates an opportunity to upcycle everyday objects into trendy furniture items.
1. Home Furnishing - Cap stool's unique aesthetic can be incorporated into home decor merchandise portfolio to cater to customers inspired by edgy street art style.
2. Art Merchandise - The stool is also representative of an opportunity to create edgy, pop-culture products aimed at consumers with interest in edgy art styles.
3. Sustainable Art - The Cap stool illustrates an opportunity to repurpose everyday objects sustainably to create eco-friendly and trend-setting pieces of functional artistic furniture.