THE MOTOR
May 8th 2012
Electric stool

|Gravity explored. These stools are pieces of art, as no two are alike. Liquid plastics are combined with kilos of iron (all calculated with absolute accuracy). The machine’s magnetic plates draw the material up to form the legs of the stool. It just takes five minutes to harden out. Each magnetic stool is strong enough to support 200 kilos. Art Jólan van der Wiel Via Yatzer

Gravity explored. These stools are pieces of art, as no two are alike. Liquid plastics are combined with kilos of iron (all calculated with absolute accuracy). The machine’s magnetic plates draw the material up to form the legs of the stool. It just takes five minutes to harden out. Each magnetic stool is strong enough to support 200 kilos. Art Jólan van der Wiel Via Yatzer

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