The last missing continent (besides Antarctica is Australia, and here we go with this lovely plastic chair „graveyard“:
Plastic Chair Graveyard – by Richard Rosalion – cc-by-nc-sa-2.0
They take over the world….and are ugly, out of place. Worst design, opting for eternity….a cultural heritage I don’t want to have. You see them everywhere.
At least he’s doing a great job in documenting those plastic chairs and gives me as an collector and curator the chance to document this cultural heritage and proof his point, that they take over the world.
A future colleague sent me this white plastic chairs from a Hotel in Sarajevo.
Sarajevo by Janina
And while updating the Plastic Chair World Map I figured out, although this is this’ blogs 50th post, I still got a long way to go, if you take the letter B’s list of countries as an example:
So go ahead and share your plastic chair pictures. Even from countries which don’t start with a B.
Catie got up early in the dusk to take this moody black-and-white-shot:
Chair in the dusk by @DrSmirk
This plastic chair was shot in Villaverde, Fuerteventura. I took a bunch of b/w pics at that time and I don’t remember the color of this chair. The photo was taken early in the morning behind the house I stayed at – I was actually looking for the perfect angle to shoot
My brother-in-law went to Cuba, and all I got (and wanted) was this not-so-lousy plastic chair picture:
So far, 45 out of 206 countries have been covered here. The plastic chair world map is growing slowly, but it’s growing!
And of course you can contribute to the noble aim of plasticchair.org: to find a plastic chair photography from EVERY country. My goal for 2013 is to gather 103 pictures (if possible under cc-by-licence), so that half of the world’s countries are covered.
Angkor Wat does not only host “the largest first Hindu, and then Buddhist temple complex and the largest religious monument in the world”. It also offers a lot of handsome and colorful plastic chairs:
Weird vibe in this shot, the size of the objects in relation to each other is somehow off… and I like that!
The contrast of that plain lonesome white plastic chair framed by bright orange is just very appealing. Simplicity and beauty with grace and modesty.
Sometimes I find myself challenging to seek a cc-licenced plastic chair picture from a random country. Today I tried Kazakhstan and found this touching photograph:
River – by – Steven M. Ottens – cc-by-nc-2.0