By Poppy Russell. Furniture. Published at Monday, June 04th, 2018 - 13:57:59 PM.
Designer Porky Hefer has made a collection of oversized bean bags and hanging chairs to resemble unique critters under threat in the wild.
The Endangered seating collection involves an orangutan, a pygmy sloth, a polar bear, a excellent white shark and a blue whale -- most of which are listed as endangered or vulnerable by the World Wildlife Fund.
Each bit was made using renewable materials: polyester made from recycled plastic bottles has been used to stuff the polar bear and orangutan bean bags, the latter of which can be covered in orange and brown woolen tassels.
The whale-shaped hanging chair, that can be finished using white-fringe teeth and blue patchwork skin, has additionally been knitted with reused t-shirts. The identical material was used for its sloth, which can be suspended by a corduroy and steel frame meant to resemble a tree branch. Take a peek at these chairs and consider purchasing a few for your space -- those are perfect bits to explain to children what's occurring with animals on earth.
Source : DigsDigs
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