Quiet a while ago Omer, with whom I organized a photo workshop in Hamburg sent me this pictures from Ouagadougou. Finally I got the opportunity to publish them.
cc-by-4.0 Omer Idrissa Ouedraogo
I’m always happy to see that I am not the only one cherishing plastic chairs as an indoor furniture.
Hi. My name is Wacu and I am from Nairobi, Kenya. Pictured is a white plastic chair in my room. I use it often when I’m reading or making crafts. This was taken on January 27th, 2014 on a hot afternoon.
“White Plastic Chair” by Wacu Kamau – cc-by-3.0
A Twitter Submission from @frolleinbombus is just one of many cued items on the waiting list. But a really nice one:
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.