Although we have all seen our fair share of fractured furniture before, there is something different about the FRAChair by Paul Sandip that makes it stand out. Its subtle cartoonish aesthetic gives it a singular look, as though it were inspired by an animated sketch of some sort. The 'fractures' in this seat may have a destructive quality about them, but there is also softness that gives it an innocent look, which is comparable to violence in cartoons.
Considering that the FRAChair by Paul Sandip seems to be a dumbed-down version of a broken window, its rounded edges and smooth splinters do make it look much more safe than sharp glass, that's for sure. Unique and imaginative, it is the bright blood red of its interior that will give the user pause.
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The FRAChair by Paul Sandip is Inspired by Destruction
- By: Meghan YoungSep 3, 2011