Rocking chair looks like a purple hot dog

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This piece of furniture designed by Jamie Hayon is called The Rockin’ Hot Dog.

[Hayon Studio via Dezeen]

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10 Responses to Rocking chair looks like a purple hot dog

  1. Torchwood says:

    That looks like an evil sex toy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s “Jaime” (Spanish), not “Jamie” (English). Please feel free to edit the post and not publish this comment.

    — A concerned fellow Spaniard

  3. caldrax says:

    isn’t the point of a rocking chair so you can lean back comfortably while you rock back and forth? I don’t see how you could do that with this.

  4. Jamie says:

    That’s not furniture. It can’t be… can it? A porn movie set prop maybe. Furniture? No way.

  5. ryan says:

    @caldrax…i agree…how the hell are you supposed to sit in this thing? i see a saddle, which implies along the Y axis, which would work for front to back rocking…although i guess you could sit along the Z axis also, and rock side-to-side, which is unconventiontional, but not wholly without merit…the real problem is, unless this monstrosity is like six feet tall, it’s way too short to sit on comfortably.

  6. frenchtoastkiss says:

    Am I the only one who sees that crutch/stand thing and instantly thinks Salvador Dali?

  7. RedShirt77 says:

    Is that a handle bar?

  8. semiotix says:

    I’d like a 1:10 scale model, please. My wife has a birthday coming up.

  9. nehpetsE says:

    has jeff koons sued yet?

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