Filthy Kitchen: Garbage Bag Chair

Whether you’re a home owner, renter or squatter, furnishings are more than just a status symbol they are a daily source of comfort and relaxation. By following Remi’s simple demonstration, an unused corner will not only become a practical seating niche, but your living quarters will be cleaned in the process.
For a more experimental look, try using a clear garbage bag.

Jim Smetchland’s Rating: C
“Just because you sit on it, doesn’t mean its a chair. . . . Is that a butt crack?”

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7 Responses to “Filthy Kitchen: Garbage Bag Chair”

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  3. exuvia Says:

    This is a survivors guide into the next decade if I ever saw one. It combines a multi disciplinarian approach with the esthetics’s of color combination – bag, cat, black cat, black bag – ease and genius.

    Soft waste black ware developers hire this man now. Talent should never go to waste.

    • remistevens Says:

      Top of my class at the Institute of Colour and Bad Design. We’re also working on a bed made of magazines, a milkshake made from corn husks and a bus created entirely from worn out shoes.

      I guess its a little like those neon plastic injection moulded furniture/housewares people keep declaring as genius. Wow! Brilliant garbage can. . . .If only you could hear yourself. . . . .Best part is, this design is adaptable. Your not left with a solid fixed structure taking up space and you won’t feel the least bit bad about discarding it when you’re finished!

  4. exuvia Says:

    Red alert!
    All black garbage bean bag browsers.

    Some viewers have inadvertently used inadequate bags for their project. These do not yield to strain like plastic bags and may rip after a couple of sittings … like mine. Augh!! I feel bad.

    Bicarbonate and active coal, plus powdered cinnamon and lemon balm incense, are recommended first aid measures for the affected area of your living room.

    The fix is easy. Buy plastic and refill.

    Better yet get a golf bag. Since our last crash of the stock market these lie around, abandoned by their former owners. Might as well put them to good use.

    • remistevens Says:

      Exuvia, on the job. With thanks for your continued diligence towards this project.

      We have a new law in Toronto where customers are obligated to pay 5 cents for each plastic shopping bag, the store keeps the money. Something previously expensive for the store has now become quite profitable. Spot something wasteful, make it more profitable for business, excellent strategy.

      Hopefully they saved up enough to golf through the ‘crisis’. Of course people out of work can’t afford hospitals, so there might be plenty of doctors burning through their savings on the greens as well.

  5. exuvia Says:

    “burning through their savings on the greens”

    You can spot them easily. They are on fire.

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