Cheekily dubbed "Tan Lines," they stenciled a pattern onto the leather with sunscreen, exposing it to direct sunlight to darken the negative space. Over time, the two-tone design will weather more, fading the imagery into a single bronzed hue.
"We like this temporary decoration as it acts as a metaphor for the tan lines on the human body—they tend to go away very soon after one's holiday! Furthermore, the 'camping type' of foldable furniture had been a staple choice for the Greeks of the late '70s to early '80s, long before the monopoly of the white plastic chair," GFL's Thanos Karampatsos explains.
For more of the Athens-based studio's lighthearted limited editions and one-offs, check out the "Ashe is OK" ceramic ashtray-cum-flowerpot, the "Ingrid & Stavros" bottle bikini and the "R.I.P." broken heart candle.
Greece Is For Lovers recently took their brick-and-mortar operation online, opening an e-shop that peddles their smaller items.
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