An Eames chair. A museum bench. A worn but comfortable-looking old chair that might be found in a grandmother’s basement. The tropes are familiar enough–so much so that we can imagine how the objects would feel to the touch. But this furniture by Vincent Tomcyzk (like all the other objects in the artist’s VERISIMILITUDES series) is made out of paper. Pro tip? No matter how tired you get at a Tomcyzk exhibit, don’t sit on the museum bench. It won’t end well.
Each morning we start the day with Property’s Morning Obsession—anything from staging to woodwork to the fragment of a building. Want to submit your morning obsession? Send us an email.