The POPRAWIANY Armchair could very well be one of the most controversial pieces of furniture out there. It looks more like a leather sculpture than a practical seat. Made to resemble the body of a full-figured woman, the POPRAWIANY Armchair has strategically placed stitches where a plastic surgeon would probably draw lines to show where the fat needs to be sucked out of.
Created by Wamhouse, a Polish design studio founded by a graphic designer and civil engineer, the POPRAWIANY Armchair comes complete with a green cover that mimics the look of a hospital dress. Incredibly detailed from front to back, it even boasts arrows to illustrate where the 'skin' is meant to be taken in.
The POPRAWIANY Armchair by Wamhouse Plays on Plastic Surgery
Meghan Young — June 8, 2013 — Art & Design
References: wamhouse.pl & plusmood