David has created a series of chairs for the discerning rock musician. His concept for a custom-made chair for the rocker came about after noticing the distinct lack of respect musicians generally show for furniture, especially when trashing Hotel rooms. So, in order to improve this situation David decided to produce a range of tribute chairs related to specific musicians.
These new rock-steady pieces come with attitude and are most likely to bite back if abused they are reserved exclusively for use by members of the Rock Royalty.
'Long Live Rock!'........
‘The Ace of Spades’
A chair that has been designed to ‘Keep us on the Road’ and it has the scars to prove it.
Lemmy Kilmister, Motorhead
It is a dark, worldly-wise piece which takes no bullshit from anyone, It runs ‘Fast and Loose’ and has ‘No Class’.
There is no ‘Substitute’ for this monolith of sound, cloaked with a tattered union jack, it is a survivor from numerous unwarranted attacks from the guitarist. This chair represents the power of ‘Maximum Rhythm & Blues’ and has provided the mainstay of feedback-driven rock music for ‘My Generation’.
Pete Townshend, The Who
Born into the flower power generation this psychedelic chair has no fixed form as it flows within the highs and lows of an L.S.D trip. From the deep red larva bubbles flowing through to the dark depths of despair, this chair will take you to the extremes of a chemically-assisted nightmare. ‘Scream thy last scream’.
Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd
Taken from the album of the same name, this leather-clad ‘Metal God’ is chained to the floor for its own safety. It sits centre stage with its razorblade crest demanding god-like respect from its audience. Keep your distance or you might be ‘Breaking the Law’!
Rob Halford, Judas Priest
Spiked hair, black PVC strapping, tartan laced with safety pins and looking ‘Pretty Vacant’, this is Punk, It has a nasty attitude and ‘No Future’ so avoid direct eye contact and if you haven’t got the bollocks we suggest crossing over to the opposite side of the road to avoid confrontation. Up Yours!
John Lydon, The Sex Pistols