Gaetano Pesce’s playful Nobody’s Perfect chair (2001) embodies diversity within standardization. Following simple guidelines, the maker pours pigmented resin into a mold to achieve a random quantity and mix of colors. The back of this chair presents an excellent example of the phenomena of Pareidolia, which encouragee you to see an image resembling a face.
The liquid resin is hardened into the furniture’s components, which are later assembled with pegs.
The ‘face’ that the back of this chair resembles is quite fun!
Photographed in the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in Manhattan.