Posted by specialK August 14, 2012

The item in the phootgraphs above & below are chairs. They don't look very comfortable, but you never know.. These chairs are made with bended plastic. Tom Price is an artist who likes to  bend & shape plastic into trees, chairs, tables & other cool things. 

Price melts the plastic and molds them into the desired shapes & forms. Take a look at the picture above and recognize the love & effort that was put into these chairs and sculptures. 

This is a lot of hard work and the pay off is beautiful. Look at these trees. Heating, bending & crazy bad smell are all a huge part of this process & those elements make me appreciate Price's work even more. 

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