Who Needs a Duck Lamp?
A small number of crazy, cool design projects by Sebastian Errazuriz.
Notes about the designer (from bio):
Chilean born, New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz seeks to create works that can remind people of their mortality, invite them to look again at their lives and cuestion at their daily routines.
His obsession with the dichotomies of life and death are present in his sculptures, public art works, consumer objects, furniture and even fashion.
Selected one of the top emerging designers by I.D magazine, he has also been chosen Chilean Designer of the Year, and received multiple awards by design competitions, and the international media.
His large scale avant-garde public artwork has received critical acclaim. His unique pieces have been incorporated in over 40 exhibitions including Tokyo, New York, Paris and Barcelona. His portrait on multiple magazine covers and hundred of articles showcasing his work, illustrate the interest of the critics and media which follow closely every one of his new projects.
Top: The Duck Lamp – Taxidermy goose, steel lamp, acrylic and electric components.
The Tree Table – Native wood, stainless steel and glass.
Zipper Dress – Made from 120 zippers.
Tea x Two – Porcelain.
Knuckle Belt – Stainless steel and leather.
Photos © Sebastian Errazuriz Link via NFGraphics