Andrew J. Steel x BoConcept charity auction

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The City chair.

The City chair.

1 of 6
The Pencil chair.

The Pencil chair.

2 of 6
The Reading chair.

The Reading chair.

3 of 6
The Karma Sutra chair.

The Karma Sutra chair.

4 of 6
The Hieroglyphic chair.

The Hieroglyphic chair.

5 of 6
The Naughty chair.

The Naughty chair.

6 of 6

As part of Urbis Designday 2017, Andrew J. Steel has teamed up with BoConcept and produced 6 unique artworks on their popular Adelaide chair.

The idea is that the chair becomes an artwork within a space, but also offers the observer a moment to sit, reflect and take a mental break.

The artworks are made of acrylic ink with enamel varnish clear finish and are bullet-coated.

All proceeds of sales go to Lifeline, a mental health support charity.

Place your bids on the different chairs here.

Check out the 6 artworks below.

The City chair.
The Pencil chair.
The Reading chair.
The Karma Sutra chair.
The Hieroglyphic chair.
The Naughty chair.

 Place your bids on the different chairs here.


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