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The Space Invader Chair

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Even though you might have spent a large portion of your childhood cursing the very existence of those aggressive descending aliens, the time has come to finally call a truce.

The main reason for this comes from the design geniuses at Dorothy.

They've created a chair which perfectly resembles one of your ex-enemies and even though 9-year-old you might have some issues about it, you really want to be sitting on one.

Your girlfriend might call you "regressive" and "immature" for insisting your living room contains one but since they're currently only available as a prototype, you'll have plenty of time to talk her round.

More of Dorothy's great design work here.

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