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 Joseph Maguire said on September 5th, 2008

It seems a bit soft touched if you ask me. You know ussually when you do artwork that’s guerilla it becomes a conversation piece. but because it’s a sofa, one would think they’d just relax on it. I dunno plus the whole why is it flat for real thing enters your mind, because the bubbles mean cellulite or… It makes you think a little too hard, and in the end its just a blue couch.

 Miguel A. said on September 5th, 2008

I think u are over analizing this piece Joseph. it communicates very well in an elegant, yet straight forward way. plus it works pretty much everywhere u decide to use it and is not that expensive to produce. what else could u want?

 anon said on September 6th, 2008

Although I haven’t seen this before, it seems… predictable.

 Chee Lau said on September 6th, 2008

I quite like this execution, it seems so obvious which is why it works i think.

 KeyLime said on September 8th, 2008

Does Nivea now sell furniture repair kit?

 Michael Schlimmer said on September 11th, 2009

That’s disgusting if you think about it.

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