Expressive Emo Chairs Exist to Serve Your Butt

 - Apr 23, 2009   Updated: Aug 11 2011
References: design-milk
If these chairs don't put a smile on your face, then you don't have a sense of whimsy. The “Face” chairs came from Bora Çakılkaya, who has become reknown as the master of the furniture species represented and shown here in the wild. The designer is located in Istanbul and is a partner in p-arch. Çakılkaya says the chairs are tamed and perfectly in harmony with their purpose to serve the human form.

Implications - Research has categorically shown that products that have positive iconography associated with them will ultimately attract more customers. Humor, supportive language or even childish advertising tend to disarm typically cautious clients. Businesses should begin to design their billboards, commercials and products with a smile so as to appeal to the largest demographic possible.