People don’t love skull and skeleton only at Halloween. Actually, there are group of people who constantly love these symbol of dark fashion. Usually, skull and skeleton design are commonly used in jewelry and clothing design. While some creative industrial designers make one step further and create these awesome skull/skeleton shaped chairs. Some of them are available for purchase while some of them are more like a artwork. Such furniture probably isn’t for every interior and not every our reader, but this collection is surely worth your attention!
1. Skull Chair by Yamada Tetsuya [source]
Tokyo-based artist, Tetsuya Yamada, breathes new life into the dark face of death with his line of candy-colored skull chairs. Yamada creates oversized chairs out of an inverted skull-shaped mold of plastic and fiberglass. Each chair is 90 cm x 120 cm and engraved with the artist’s iconic logo.
Titled “Evolution“, this amazing series of photography taken by Luxembourg-born photographer Patrick Gries successfully blurs the boundaries between art and scinece, offering an atypical approach to viewing the evolution of animals. By continuous shooting at the Museum of Natural History in Paris for six months,, Gries took over 250 photos and created this amazing collection. The monochromatic portraits elegantly displaying the construction of each animal’s skeletal makeup, drawing attention to their respective bone structures and the evolutionary similarities between them. Evolution is not only about photography! With the texts written by scientist and documentarian Dr. Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu, this book belongs both to the realm of art as well as science.
It is not Halloween yet but the model Clémentine Levy has already gotten ready with one of the most fantastic skeleton makeup. Titled “She Has Waited Too Long“, this hauntingly gorgeous photo series are the work of Fashion photographer Pauline Darley, make up artist Mademoiselle Mu and hairstylist Sophie Haise or Ever Magazine. Terrific work! [source]
Can you imagine stepping inside this bar? Bar? Yes, it is just a bar called “HR Giger Bar“, found at the HR Giger Museum in Gruyères, Switzerland. HR Giger Bar is a cavernous, skeletal structure covered by double arches of vertebrae that crisscross the vaulted ceiling of an ancient castle. The sensation of being in this extraordinary setting recalls the tale of Jonah and the whale, lending the feel of being literally in the belly of a fossilized, prehistoric beast, or that you have been transported into the remains of a mutated future civilization. This is a really impressive design and I bet you will have a unforgettable drinking experience inside. [source]