This pouf-like chair designed by Keita Suzuki of design firm Product Design Center is representative of the amount of tears a person sheds in his or her lifetime. The Tear Drop Chair also looks like a giant tear, big enough for children to play on.
The Japanese designer created the artistic furniture to hold 64 liters of water, which is the amount of tears an average person cries. Keita Suzuki made the piece out of 0.3 mm thick vinyl, which also acts as a magnifying glass. This gives people the ability to stand, sit and walk on water.
The Tear Drop Chair acts as both a thought-provoking piece and as a fun experiment for kids and the curious kids at heart.
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