The MiniWoouf Sofa. Also available as a smaller Synthe model, in black and turquoise.
Wow, this is really cool, and would have a place in my studio, but I'm thinking DIY here...How could I do this? How would I get a graphic printed on material to make, say, a slipcover with a keyboard graphic? I'm also thinking about a graphic of a mixing desk on a day lounger. My mind draws a blank on the DIY aspect...
If you stick to black and white, it's not to hard to make something similar. For the dark areas, like the back of the sofa, get black duck canvas and some bleach. Use a bleach pen, font templates and literally draw on the dials and the text. The light areas - the seat keys, need a little more work. On your computer, make a template of the black areas of the keys. Now print out the template either on a laser printer or a copy machine the uses powder toner. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! You MUST use either the laser printer or powder toner or this won't work. Buy white duck canvas and place the printed template face down on the white duck canvas. Now gently and carefully (without moving the print) paint the paper with Acetone. This will permanently transfer the toner onto the canvas. Add a few pieces of red felt for the red areas and you're done. You might be able to add the wood grain to brown duck canvas but I don't know if the acetone will eat through the brown dye. You can try a test patch and see. Sew all areas together. If you do this, please post the results - I'd love the see them. Good luckhttp://showtellshare.blogspot.com/2011/02/bleach-pen-tshirts-stash.htmlhttp://campfireladycreates.blogspot.com/2009/02/image-transfer-using-acetone.html
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