Logo Chairs by Richard Woods
and Sebastian Wrong

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Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong have created a collection of chairs that wouldn't seem out of place in a cartoon.

Logo Chairs by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong

Woods' signature bold patterns representing wooden planks are printed onto every surface of the wooden seats, with a black line along every edge to create the effect of an illustration.

Logo Chairs by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong

All four chairs are the same simple shape, but each is a unique colour and has a slightly different pattern.

Logo Chairs by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong

The furniture is on display at Gallerie VIVID in Rotterdam until 17 March 2013.

Logo Chairs by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong

Sebastian Wrong made the news last year when he resigned from his post as design director at Established & Sons.

Logo Chairs by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong

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  • sor perdida

    It would have been more effective to hold off from Photoshopping the background. Isn’t it supposed to look cartoonish in a normal environment? Then show it in an environment as such. The way it’s presented, I don’t get it.

  • Great proportions; awesome detailing. Love these chairs.

  • Elva

    I can imagine Beavis and Butthead sitting in these chairs. Funny at the first glimpse but tiring at the second one.

    • Cubasur

      As with so much else in product design.

  • Douglas

    Exactly what a new chair should be about – there are plenty of functional, tasteful chairs. The world doesn’t need another, but this is fun. Love it, in fact I love most things this pair have done.

  • John

    Is there a piece of furniture left for this pair to slap a bit of multi-coloured wood print on? Loved it at first but it's starting to run thin.

  • http://www.tableclothshop.co.uk Charles Scamadin

    Very striking design and sure to be a good conversation starter. Perhaps not to everyone’s tastes but they do have appeal.