Erotic Furniture Inspired by the Most Attractive Female Forms

Erotic Furniture Inspired by the Most Attractive Female Forms

I don’t know what was in Mario Philippona head when he created these pieces of erotic furniture. His work is inspired by the most attractive female forms, and his pieces available for sale are hilarious. The pieces might be unique, but they are to much, for example how would you explain to your kids that the furniture looks like a woman part ? Mario Philippona is a Dutch craftsman that specializes in erotic furniture carvings and he uses the female anatomy as inspiration for his range of cupboards, wardrobes and tables. Mario Philippona said : “The shape of a woman, her organic architecture, combined with my passion for wood inspired me to sculpt these sexy designs.” Finally I don’t think that to many people would buy a piece of furniture like this, and for Mario I would like to suggest to use his skills to create things that are a little bit more useful, and not so vulgar ( or maybe these pieces were created just to get some attention ? ).


  • Laura S. Taylor July 10, 2008 at 15:43 PMLogin to Reply →

    I would totally buy this stuff! you know, if i wasn’t a starving
    artist and all. I’d have to get some man wood to go with it (har,
    har) but seriously, male furniture of this type would be awesome
    as well

  • Bone July 10, 2008 at 15:43 PMLogin to Reply →

    Ideal for brothels.

  • jeremy July 10, 2008 at 17:19 PMLogin to Reply →

    This is one of the least creative thing that I have ever seen, and by far the least compelling article I have ever viewed at this website. My objection is not based on morals or anyhting self-righteous, it is just lame. I can’t even picture a lounge lizard purchasing this product? Maybe a 12 year old

  • Mary T. July 10, 2008 at 18:38 PMLogin to Reply →

    This is not “hilarious”. It’s just one more example of women=things. And it’s offensive.

  • Rush July 10, 2008 at 20:14 PMLogin to Reply →

    I can totally see a coat hanger male furniture:)

  • Ar'ash July 10, 2008 at 21:12 PMLogin to Reply →

    it is demeaning.

    as a man it makes me sick to look at this.

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  • Rebecah July 16, 2008 at 03:35 AMLogin to Reply →

    I’m female, straight, 51 yrs old and, as an artist, I find this furniture amazing! The human body is beautiful, and it continues to surprise me how so many find things like this offensive. There is nnothing pornographic or in poor taste about these great creations. Kudos to the artist. It takes great skill and quite an eye to produce work of this quality and at this level of skill. Now, a nice wall cabinet of a finely formed male torso would be something I’d love to acquire.

  • MEEP October 17, 2008 at 23:51 PMLogin to Reply →

    i can see how its sophisticated to people and to an extent i agree. I can see how some deep peopl can see how it represents the beauty of the human body and that’s fine. although its nothing i would ever have.
    I also think that it is trashy and offensive as shallow perverts just look at it and only think about the obvious

  • Sonya December 26, 2008 at 17:10 PMLogin to Reply →

    Absolutely disgusting. Women are not things nor are their orifices meant to have objects rammed in them. This just perpetuates the absolute BS women have to endure on a daily basis from perverted old f*#$s!

  • Bekka December 26, 2008 at 20:36 PMLogin to Reply →

    This also really irritates and disgusts me. I agree, the craftsmanship is incredible, and the parts of the body he chooses to display are gorgeously done. The problem lies in the fact that all of the bodies are displayed as ready and waiting, open, dismembered, without any type of individuality or recognition that they would be connected to heads that think or arms that work – notice the lack of arms? It’s fetishizing helplessness, reinforcing the idea that women are constantly sexually available, and aggressively separating the sexualized female body from any reality of actual women.

  • LG December 26, 2008 at 22:14 PMLogin to Reply →

    I’m a nude art model and all about the artistic use of the human form. However, any temptation I might have had to think of these as legitimate art was ruined by the high heels that just make them scream “tacky objectification.” Feet are part of the female anatomy. Heels are a part of a “women as object” aesthetic that would make a good major bowling award. Perhaps this is what the artist is aspiring to?

    Nevermind that any first semester art student can tell you what it probably means about the artist’s view of women when he won’t include their head in any of the pieces…

  • Toby December 27, 2008 at 17:28 PMLogin to Reply →

    Looks like there are both men and women who love and who hate these works. That was a surprise to me, and a relief. My own response is modulated. There are some I really wouldn’t feel comfortable around–the half-woman with a drawer in the belly area is one, the half-woman desk support with the “functional” slots is another. I don’t like the fruit bowl either, because having breasts as feet for it makes the bowl look like an udder. Gee, maybe I could stop underestimating cows…

    The wall cabinet and especially the bedroom cabinet cause me less discomfort, I find it easier to appreciate the design and workmanship. The latter is undeniably fine, but the question remains for me–is the maker really honouring the female, which, taken entire, is more than half of human life, or is he actualizing a compulsive fantasy which should have petered out sooner (pun intended)?

    I think the use which he has assigned to each piece is a clue. I mean, to me, the relation between art and functionality is an awkward one and these pieces don’t all work. For example, either the top piece is a sculpture or it’s a dresser and if it’s a dresser, it can’t really compete with IKEA.

  • angie December 27, 2008 at 19:50 PMLogin to Reply →

    Ok. Fine. Furniture for lounge lizards and tacky people. Seriously, who bus this stuff? I love that the fruit bowl has 4 boobs btw. But where are the men? Where is the wooden penis/balls coat rack or armoire? Equality, please.

  • Arden December 30, 2008 at 02:04 AMLogin to Reply →

    “Women are not things nor are their orifices meant to have objects rammed in them.”

    EXACTLY. Plus I don’t see any “sculpture” of a male’s ass that you can stick a wine bottle into.

    In fact I don’t see ANY dismembered male body parts as sculptures… WTF?

  • Arden December 30, 2008 at 02:06 AMLogin to Reply →

    Not that I think its ok if they are male parts too, but if you’re gonna have dismembered female art objects than have male ones too, geez.

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    I must say these things are really creative and exceptional. Just planning to get one for my new home.

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  • Steve February 19, 2010 at 03:02 AMLogin to Reply →

    sounds like the criticism from most of the guys are those envying the traits of Alan Alda and the women just need to do some cleaning.

  • khalil April 29, 2010 at 09:43 AMLogin to Reply →

    Cool but Not practiclar

  • john June 9, 2010 at 14:22 PMLogin to Reply →

    i think these are fantastic and how much is it going to cost me, i dont care for the views of the people on here who think its discusting, the female form appeals to both men and women, your losing 50% of your market just makin mens arse’s

  • Gabriel Morosan September 15, 2010 at 22:13 PMLogin to Reply →

    That is some of the best furniture I have ever seen. I need to get some for my photography studio.

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