Music chairWith technology comes creativity, and vice versa, but this latest creation by a designed named Jeroen Wesselink makes us question what goes through the minds of some people when they’re being creative. Wesselink recently came up with a chair project entitled “what a wonderful world”. Starting from scratch, he fashioned out parts of a chair from wood, and within each piece, he embedded some music boxes, in some cases more than one box per piece.

He assembled the chair together, polished the chair, and then attached handles to each music box. When the handles are rotated, the music box it is attached to starts playing its tune. Why he needed eleven boxes is a mystery (eleven different tunes?) and why he had to embed them within the chair is also interesting. It’d be even more interesting to know why he would do such a thing.

Hit the break to check out a video of the music chair being made and demonstrated:

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