Lounge Desk Pattern: Julius Reviews


1003JUL B Pattern: Julius As an art student at Orange Coast College in the 90 s, Paul Frank used some spare orange vinyl to create a wallet. When friends expressed an interest, Frank began to sew guitar straps and backpacks. He eventually formed Paul Frank Industries in order to keep up with the demand for his products, and today, the company has stores in LA, San Francisco, NYC, Vegas, Chicago, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Bangkok. Paul Frank s influences range from The Who and The Rolling Stones to classic industrial design. His bold, graphic characters, such as Julian, are wildly popular, appearing on everything from teenage gear to Eric Pfeiffer s pieces for 10 Grain. He has also collaborated with such bands as Bad Religion, Radiohead, The Vandals, Alkaline Trio, Atreyu, Tool, Gorilla Biscuits, The Aquabats, and Pretty Girls Make Graves, as well as the Coachella festival and Lollapalooza. He has also collaborated with Elvis Presley and Andy Warhol, and companies like Mattel, Oscar Mayer, John Deere, Hello Kitty, and Lego. Sit, Store, Write! Furniture that does the unexpected. The Lounge Desk from Small Paul by Paul Frank is a great chair for kids or even adults but hidden in it's form is a unique backrest surface ideal for little projects or for aspiring authors and an under seat shelf serves as a cubby for shoes and books. This simple yet elegant desk was designed by Eric Pfeiffer, whose reductive designs are expressed in timeless forms that recognize a products usefulness and necessity while exhibiting the beauty and honesty of the material utilized. Designed by: Eric Pfeiffer and Paul Frank Features: -Available in Julius Dot printed surfaces. -Constructed of molded plywood with a birch veneer. -Painted solid wood legs. -Seat height: 10''. -Meets ASTM safety standards. Go Green with Small Paul by Paul Frank: 10 Grain goes out of its way to insure that environmental concerns are addressed in the design and manufacturing of their products. Their Bent Ply pr

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