- Dragon King Chair - $955.00
- Sixteenth-Century Italian Replica Globe Bar - $158.67
- The Fitzjames Throne Leather Arm Chair - $2,704.50
- Joker Bean Bag Chair - $31.75
- His Majesty's Throne Potty Chair - $69.95
Another supervillain yahtzee! This black skull armchair was the one prop missing from my master plan to raise an army of babies and eliminate all cats and bike lanes from my township! The only downside is that it does not appear to swivel, which could pose a problem when it's time to face Lance Armstrong and the Calicos, and I strain my neck trying to whip around for the big reveal of my eeeevil visage. (For inquiring minds, my evil visage features a hard, stoic jawline, penetrating black eyes, and an exposed 3XL brain housed in bulletproof, diamond-encrusted glass.)
Harold Sangouard, through his brand Harow, has designed this ornate crystallized skull overtaking an armchair. Molded resin tops its steel internal frame, with a black gloss finish and velvet seat coverings capping the chair's luxuriously maleficent aesthetic. It almost looks like what would happen if someone mentally unstable or haunted by a demon hallucinated while staring at a La-Z-Boy. All skull pieces are numbered, which leads me to believe there aren't many of them. And the armchair's purchase price is available only upon request, which leads me to believe it costs a million dollars, or 5 human souls.
In addition to reminding me of my nightmares, Sangouard's skull armchair also reminds me of Maximo Riera's fantastic Animal Chair collection.
Muchas danke to Laughing Squid.