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Sit on my face cushions
03.02.2017
08:44 am

Topics:
Amusing
Design
Fashion

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furniture
cushion

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If you’ve more money than sense or suffer from acute separation anxiety or maybe just want a self-referential talking point that lets all your friends know just how fun and wacky you really are then you may want to consider splurging on a cushion with your face or the face of a loved one printed on it.

The Mushion is (apparently) the must have homeware accessory for the urban young and chic. It’s a service run by Firebox, where you simply “upload a good clear picture of the faces you desire” and let have them transformed into “distorted and squishy cushions for you to do with as you please.”

To do with as you please?

The cushions are seven inches in width by eleven inches in length. They come in single, couples or (fnarr-fnarr) threesomes...with at a cost of about twenty bucks a pop—-or around $36 for three.

So, if you want to sit on your own or your loved one’s face then do head over to Firebox for details.

Mush, by the way, is a Cockney slang word for face—via the Romany for friend.
 
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H/T Bessie Graham and Ufunk.
 

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Techno pillows: the full set

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Sure, there may be one or two synths missing (why no SH-101?), but this is the fullest set of synth-cushions I have yet seen. It would also make a great home studio.

On a related note, today, for one day only, the Arturia company are giving away a soft synthMoog emulator that is usually worth over $200. There is more info on that offer (too good to be true?) on the Arturia Facebook page.

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The Minimoog Sofa
8G Roland TR-808 USB-Stick

Posted by Niall O'Conghaile | Leave a comment