Text-ile Chair made from old keys
Just when you thought that there were only 1,001 ways to recycle a computer keyboard, along comes the 1,002nd. The Text-ile Chair as it is called is designed by Dante Bonuccelli and has been entered as part of the 2009 UMUL Project (Use More, Use Less). Using keys from discarded keyboards (preferably black ones, of course), he has formed a rather strange looking chair, although we can vouch for the hard surface as well as uncomfortable posture you’ll experience should you sink your rear end into something like this. After all, who would want take a nap in this without a shirt on, only to wake up an hour later to realize that one’s back has been seared with hundreds of keyboard key marks that will take some time to disappear?