Wednesday, November 7, 2007

The League of "Emptyness"...

(Catherinehine Flickr Site)

An interesting league I stumbled upon the other day...the League of Empty Chairs on Flickr. Finally a place where all the lonely, unwanted and unknowing chairs can come together to make beautiful art. I had great fun peruzing the site and going through the emotions..."awh,why'd they toss that out, they could have just reupholstered it, or...poor chair, it just needs a buddy!"

Just thought I'd share with you a few of my favorite "empty" chairs...


(James_Wainwright's Flickr Site)

(Love of Carnage! Flickr Site)

(-michael's Flickr Site)

(micromoogman's Flickr Site)

(Telix's Flickr Site)

(The Crimson Ribbon's Flickr Site)

10 comments:

franki durbin said...

Oh I love it! (And what a fetching new header! Loving that as well!). Flickr is just so much fun and brings about so much creativity in its users. I have to say, it is a real source of inspiration on many a day.

I love that you found this collection!

Bhavna said...

These are such beautiful and touching images...great find!

And what a fab header!! :-)...Love it!

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks so much Franki and Bhavna!!!

~Kate

blushing apples said...

goodness i love your blog's new header!!! did lottie frank design you this? amazing and yes very jelous!

Style Saves the World said...

OMG, look at your fab new header!! LOVE it!!

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks so much Blushing Apples!!! Yes, and Lucy with LottieFrank did design it :)

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks so much Style!!!

-Suzie- said...

Hi,
where are your glamorous glasses?
I have to get used to your new look. What a surprise.

Style Court said...

This is a wonderful Flickr group Kate. Thanks for the intro. And kudos on your new stylish look!

Brilliant Asylum said...

Your new heading looks great! Am I the last one standing with a standard blogger template? Gotta get the graphic designer hubby on the case!

Love the chair essay idea. To me, the chair is the perfect metaphor for where design and humanity meet. Form and function.