The Comic Shelf by Oscar Nunez

Comic or not, this shelf is definitely the result of a creative mind. The Comic Shelf was designed by Oscar Nunez for Mexican Fusca Design and it’s a piece that’s both fun and stylish. It has a playful design and it resembles a dialog box. The shelf has a very simple structure with an overall minimalist design, the only feature that stands out being that little v-shaped part.

The Comic shelf is crafted from MDF and walnut veneer. It features a MDF frame with acrylic top coat and it’s strong and durable. It comes in two sizes, large and small.The large version measures 40.9″ x 9.8″ x 22.8″ and the small one’s dimensions are 19.3″ x 9.8″. The shape of these two models also differs. The shelves are simple and have a creative and playful design. Given their shape, they can be sued to create a really fun interior design and to maybe create some figures and shapes on the walls so that the shelves would resemble dialog boxes.

These shelves are very versatile and can be used in any room of the house. They are very functional and can be used to store books, collectibles, decorations, toys and anything else. They would be a playful addition to an office or conference room. There are many ways of using these boxes in a creative way.{found on behance}.



Published by in Bookshelves, on July 24th, 2012

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