Chair worth $750 sells for $29,000. How does that happen? When you take 1500 half-dollar coins and make 7000 welds to form the money into a curveacous 50 cent piece of furniture. There is no form supporting the coins. Think Ole Fitty new about this? The chair weigh 58 pounds. The minimal frame and legs are stainless.
Implications - This welded chair made out of coins shows that consumers will pay more for products that are unique and creative. Consumers are on a constant a quest to be different from each other and businesses should be on a constant quest to be unique and creative to set them apart from their competition.
Welded Chair Sells for $29,000
Going Like Sixty — March 2, 2008 — Art & Design