For some reason, singers doing fashion/design/branding never bothers me but I always find it SO lame when actors try to do shit like this. It seems so ...low-class for an "A-list" actor.
He tries so very, very, VERY hard to prove he isn't an idiot.
Anyone convinced yet?
W&W, R6. He's the eternal idiot, but he does try hard to prove otherwise. It never works.
Actually, the coffee table is amazing.
He looks like [italic]absolute shit[/italic] in that photo.
Is that a toilet? Sink? Tub? Soapdish? What?
Remember when Cher did that line of dreck?
That bed is very impractical. When you get up to piss in the middle of the night, you're going to stub your toes on the bottom of it, or smash your knee into the round tables on the sides. I would be injuring myself left and right if I had that bed.
I like the glass table with the gold base, but I would have the same problems with the bed that R12 has. I also think that I'd be sliding off that white chair.
Have you people seen Angelina lately? This was the only way I could give her wood in bed.
I like a couple of the pieces, but I can't imagine him actually designing anything; I can see someone telling him he designed something and that he is awesome at doing it.
He is the real-life version of Jon Hamm's character on 30 Rock.
If he advertised the chairs as having been sat in by him naked, then I would buy one just for sniffing.
I admire the way he does several things adequately rather than a few things well.
His lips, nose, and close set eyes are very off putting.
In what ways, R21?
I agree - the bed is interesting, but it's an accident or three waiting to happen in my house. Every night. I like the tables, and I don't really hate the chair - I'm not fond of what's it made of, but I like unusual looking chairs.
A jack of all trades, master of none.
I thought it would be ugly like all that new style architecture he was supporting in post Katrina New Orleans.
But what's the point of white patent leather and gold plate furniture if you're not a middle eastern dictator?
[quote]"It started with my introduction to Mackintosh's Glasgow rose, which is drawn with one continuous line," says Pitt. "But for me there is something more grand at play, as if you could tell the story of one's life with a single line."
[quote]"There is that thing I love of an individual in a room finding a line – and by 'line' I mean an angle, something that interests them – and following it and seeing where it goes."
[quote]Produced as limited editions, they will be sold "at the highest end of the custom-furnishings scale … even north of that."
Readers' comments would not shame DL-ers:
[quote]The shiny leather chair is I guess very wipe friendly and may be ideal for a swingers club.
[quote]Love the bath modelled on his bird's arse.
[quote]What's possibly more depressing than the sheer fuglyness of it is the arrogance. Rather than, like most furniture designers, doing an undergraduate degree and a masters, or spending a long apprentiship learning about the qualities of the materials etc, he's just jumped in and given it a bash, thinking he's some kind of natural genius whose talents merit off the scape price tags for this laughable shit.