If you've ever looked at a person living on the street and wondered,
is their circumstance the result of specific, individual actions and choices, or are they simply casualties of a systemic problem involving the rise of housing costs while low skill wages remain stable "where can I get some of that sick cardboard for my house?" look no further than Chairigami. The CT company launched last year, but has just expanded their line of inexpensive, super lightweight, weirdly cool recyclable cardboard furniture, perfect for anyone who needs "temporary yet durable" stuff that folds up in a flash and is glue-free, much like the C's woeful starting rotation.
What it is: A Chaise Lounge
Perfect for: The roof deck and/or pool you don't own, and therefore don't want to buy furniture for; front porches too classy for weight benches; sun rooms!
What it is: A "Perfectly Ergonomic" Arm Chair
Perfect for: People who really want a throne, but are afraid of the financial commitment/ Jay-Z and Kanye's legal team.
What it is: A Desk
Perfect for: That huge room that Giovanni Ribisi discovers that only has phones in the movie Boiler Room. Also, your home office.
What it is: A Podium
Perfect for: Debates about
the socio-economic implications of an income disparity that continues to rise, coupled with massive home foreclosures which homeless dude you should steal your cardboard from.