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Think of the Swedes. We came up with meatballs, IKEA, and Volvo. We definitely did not think of graffiti or stools or graffiti stools. Which is probably why we aren’t famous furniture designers selling an essentially blank plastic canvas. After shopping around the recyclable plastic, 48x39cm Cap Stool to the suits and the fashionistas (we assume there was a fair bit of door slamming) DFTS (Don’t Feed the Swedes) decided to make it themselves. Much like it’s 4 letter Swedish furniture brother, you build it yourself. Instead of doing tedious building nonsense, you get to play marker up and make the blank canvas of a stool your own. In fact, they say right on the page that they want you to draw on it. We don’t know why you’re not supposed to feed them – they’re not bears – but maybe that’s just above all our heads too.

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