Have you ever looked at a coffee table or desk and thought, “That's an attractive and functional design, but I wish it looked more terrifying?” Of course, we all have... and Brazilian furniture company Oficina Polvo is here to help.
Artist Bruno Freire has designed a line of spider-themed wood furnishings for the company which combine art, function, nature and nightmares.
More than just creepy conversation pieces (imagine guests looking up and seeing this spider chandelier for the first time), these handcrafted works have flexible joints that allow you to arrange them in all kinds of twisted poses.
Freire's signature line has seen a surge in popularity this year; it's been featured in art & design magazines like Juxtapoz and The Mag, and pop-culture blog Neatorama.
Oficina Polvo's website is in Portuguese, but the images speak for themselves, and are definitely worth checking out.