[video] Wingback Chair Deconstruction at NIMBY Makerspace
Join us as we tear down a wingback chair inside the NIMBY Makerspace in Oakland California (home of many famous Burning Man art projects!). The fun part comes at the end, where you can see the finished chair with LED lights installed in the back. This art chair was headed for the 2016 Bay Area Maker Faire, where LED specialist Eric Johnson was exhibiting his wares.
The craft of (RE)upholstery is, without a doubt, a key solution to the problem of furniture waste (12 million tons of furniture go to landfills each year in the U.S. alone). Please consider supporting the National Upholstery Association in their efforts to expand professional upholstery education. We need more 'boots on the ground' to do this work. Thank you. (nationalupholsteryassociation.org)
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