The pop art-inspired Tongue-in-Cheek chair by Peter Harvey is so graphic one might almost be too squeamish to sit on it. This sculptural celebration of the tongue really captures the essence of the mouth-inhabiting muscle.
The Tongue-in-Cheek chair is made from UV resistant glass reinforced plastic with a polyester gel coat. It is supported by a polished stainless steel ($6,000) or chrome base ($5,420).
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