Fighting isn't always necessarily terrible, like if you mute it, and go to the bathroom during all the scenes where Channing Tatum stares waywardly into the Manhattan night. Proving real fisticuffs can also be not-terrible (and actually, pretty rad): Shiner Designs.
Crafted in ATL, presumably between furious bouts of competitive roller skating, Shiner creates distinctively lined, high-end furniture (all from landfill-destined materials) with a “tough, dark, and proudly damaged” aesthetic inspired by the black eye its creator received in his first fight. Overlook that a man who can't bob and weave designed the following:
Luminescentz come in all shapes and sizes, like a series of stacked, corrugated cardboard pieces that release light through tiny slits, and a large, wood veneer globe that vaguely resembles a pumpkin and is made from birch plywood & “tung oil”, presumably supplied by a sloppy KISS.
Lap-creators are highlighted by the curved, steel-supported Cup Chair, and a rocking one made from blackened wood and dual carbon steel wheels named The Pant Rocker, also an appropriate title for Keith Richards when asked to play on a stage that requires climbing steps.
Beds and Couches
Serious pieces include the Mood Rocking Bed, which, like the chair, is rimmed by giant dual carbon steel wheels, and the 7ft Maker’s Couch made from five connected pads, and available in off-white and olive drab, aka the plot of every Popeye cartoon ever. Man she sucked.
Finishing off the room, Shiner's also got a slew of desks and tables like an acorn-shaped, light-beaming walnut end stand, and a curved pine desk called the Drop, reminiscent of your first experience with fighting.