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London Phillips de Pury at Saatchi Gallery Private exhibition-11 2010.09-11

thin black lines

London Phillips de Pury at Saatchi Gallery Private exhibition-11 2010.09-11

This table would be great in an area where what is under it is of great interest, like a beautiful carpet!

This table would be great in an area where what is under it is of great interest, like a beautiful carpet!

The Cube will be in the Between the Objects section of the exhibition. Photograph by Masayuki Hayashi

The Cube will be in the Between the Objects section of the exhibition. Photograph by Masayuki Hayashi

Thin Black Lines Collection: table | table . Tisch | Design: Nendo | Phillips de Pury | Photo: Masayuki Hayashi |

thin black lines

Thin Black Lines Collection: table | table . Tisch | Design: Nendo | Phillips de Pury | Photo: Masayuki Hayashi |

Illusion: Japanese designer Nendo had a recent solo art show entitled ”Think Black Lines” that featured 29 unique furniture pieces. His creations were minimalist yet freaky how they appear to be two-dimensional and three-dimensional at the same time. Photos © Masayuki Hayashi Link via Mighty Optical Illusions. http://illusion.scene360.com/design/29539/the-black-line-collection/

The Black Line Collection

Illusion: Japanese designer Nendo had a recent solo art show entitled ”Think Black Lines” that featured 29 unique furniture pieces. His creations were minimalist yet freaky how they appear to be two-dimensional and three-dimensional at the same time. Photos © Masayuki Hayashi Link via Mighty Optical Illusions. http://illusion.scene360.com/design/29539/the-black-line-collection/

If you’re looking to take a seat, Masayuki Hayashi has you covered -provided you happen to approach his chair from the right side. If you approach from the left hand side, you’ll instead be left wondering “where’s this chair he promised me, and what’s up with all these weird black lines?”  That’s because the artist’s aptly named Black Line Chair is made from nothing but black metal rods arranged to look like a nothing but a series of lines when viewed from the right angle.

If you’re looking to take a seat, Masayuki Hayashi has you covered -provided you happen to approach his chair from the right side. If you approach from the left hand side, you’ll instead be left wondering “where’s this chair he promised me, and what’s up with all these weird black lines?” That’s because the artist’s aptly named Black Line Chair is made from nothing but black metal rods arranged to look like a nothing but a series of lines when viewed from the right angle.

Thin Black Lines Collection: table | table . Tisch | Design: Nendo | Phillips de Pury | Photo: Masayuki Hayashi |

thin black lines

Thin Black Lines Collection: table | table . Tisch | Design: Nendo | Phillips de Pury | Photo: Masayuki Hayashi |

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