Unusual Street Sign Furniture - Hot or Not?

Unusual Street Sign Furniture – Hot or Not?

We came across an unusual collection of furniture. You know how every time you get out of the house, you encounter street signs at every corner. They are part of our daily life and the talented designer thought we can even bring these street signs inside. So he got to work, using stop signs, one way signs, crossing or yielding signs to build contemporary furniture. Designed by Texas based designer Tim Delger, this collection features furniture made from different street signs, all of them bend and resting on metal tube legs. On his site, the description for this art form contains only a few words:”Art/Furniture/Stolen government property built by Tim“. Clearly an artist, Tim Delger does not have a problem with creating diversity in his works. What do you think of the repurposing of the road signs? Are they artistic or just a waste of time?

8 comments

  • muze designs December 8, 2010 at 01:48 AMLogin to Reply →

    Brilliant!

  • Dom December 8, 2010 at 03:15 AMLogin to Reply →

    Superb. Utilitarian Yet Forward.
    I give it a Hot!

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  • NOt December 22, 2010 at 13:41 PMLogin to Reply →

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  • Combaticus May 2, 2011 at 04:16 AMLogin to Reply →

    Beauty is in the eye of the– fuck that, that’s HOT.