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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Dining With Dexter

“This past summer, as part of a month long, groundbreaking print and television partnership, a celebrated group of designers transformed a beautiful Gramercy Park townhouse into a luxurious beacon of modernism inspired by the top six original hit series from Showtime.”

Visual Culture asks: Since when did the remnants of a sociopathic serial killer constitute a “luxurious beacon of modernism?” The following Dexter inspired dining room and kitchen were designed by Amy Lau and Johnny Grey, respectively. Believe it or not, all these items, and more, are available for purchase – for an arm and leg (no pun intended).

Blood Splattered Chairs: These babies are offered at ‘bargain’ prices. Only $2500 for the side chairs and $5000 for the arm chairs, the best part is, they come complete with permanent stains!

Fingerprint glasses by Thomas Fuchs: Only $137.50 each
These aren’t too bad, could pass for Halloween decor.

Dismembered flatware (classic, modern or antique) by Steve Butcher. $400-500 a place setting for useless flatware. Need we say more?

Fingerprint plates by KleinReid: $250.00 each
We could live with these. Still not worth the $250 price tag.

Dinner Plates By Nadeige Choplet: A steal at $60 for dessert plates, and $75 for dinner plates sprinkled with blood and gore. Bon Appetite…

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 8:20 am  

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