I designed this after a seat I’d made previously from a tractor seat that had a similar spring. I sold the earlier version. I had a metal worker James Demartis www.jamesdemartis.com bend me a piece of sprung steel to the same shape. Check out his site. I did most of the photography. The seat was then mounted on a slab of reclaimed teak. I initially was going to sell this one , but it’s become my everyday computer desk seat. It’s so comfortable and it springs and moves gently. It slides on a rug . This item can be custom ordered.
December 31, 2011
Tim Lee is a commercial still life photographer. His love of collecting has evolved into a successful business dealing in vintage industrial finds specializing in the offbeat. Fashioning doll head molds into sculptures or dealing in vintage glass. His latest project is making sculptures from shells and photographing them. This blog will chronicle the development and progress of all his latest projects. All photographs displayed on this blog were shot by Tim Lee. Reproduction of photographs not permitted without expressed written consent from Tim Lee/Photography. View all posts by timleeseye
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