Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong have created a collection of chairs that wouldn't seem out of place in a cartoon.
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.
All four chairs are the same simple shape, but each is a unique colour and has a slightly different pattern.
The furniture is on display at Gallerie VIVID in Rotterdam until 17 March 2013.
Sebastian Wrong made the news last year when he resigned from his post as design director at Established & Sons.
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