Discarded pieces of furniture, found on the street or in second hand stores, became a new, huggable family when they were made of oversized jackets stuffed with soft fibres. The shapes are odd, teddy bear-like; they feel like stuffed animals waiting for a child’s embrace. They’re stand-alone pieces but no longer lonely: they’re part of a tribe now, funny and full of character showing of their seams.






Material: reclaimed objects, fabric, stuffing

Dimensions: vary

Year: 2013