Oficio: The Mullet of Workstations

Oficio: The Mullet of Workstations

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Taryn Williford
Sep 15, 2008

The Oficio Worktable by Quentin Vaulot and Luiza Barroso attempts to "visualize the creative process as it progresses from chaos to order." We think it does an accurate job of capturing the spirit of our favorite redneck hairstyle: Business in the front, party in the back. More after the jump.

Designed for creative professionals to store materials, notes, and tools underneath, the table's surface remains clean of clutter and just a little bumpy near the end there. A cage hidden underneath the surface catches notes, papers, gadgets and—gasp—cords!

We love this table and we love the idea behind it. All mullet jokes aside, they really have created a beautiful, functional piece of art that captures the chaotic creative process.

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