Bear in mind when the initial Toy Story film debuted and absolutely everyone suddenly wondered what it would be like if their household inanimate objects came to life? Furnishings designer Lucas Maassen is performing the very same for furniture with his spoof sitcom known as “The Sitcom!”
Maassen dreamed up the show starring chairs from his most current collection. Wanting to break away from the drudgery of standard design and style exhibitions, he fitted his chairs with screens which show actors’ mouths speaking the lines of the script. The sets are intentionally cheesy and stereotypical of sitcoms, created even funnier by the reality that furniture is each set and characters.
The family of chairs deals with everything that a standard sitcom household does, like household issues, children, and relationships. The 20-minute pilot was filmed in front of a studio audience featuring props developed by other designers.
The entire thought of a sitcom featuring furnishings as characters is completely absurd, and that appears to be Maassen’s point. He’s pointing out that design and style does not have to be critical, even when the furnishings itself is not specifically whimsical, and that even furnishings can be funny if you frame it in the right light. The DVD of The Sitcom! need to be offered quickly by way of Maassen’s web site.