Conversation piece: Dottie by Tonik

Chicago-based furniture brand Tonik has launched Dottie, a 3D representation of its its mascot. The indoor-outdoor piece is constructed of rotationally molded, high-impact, light-stabilizing commercial-grade polyethylene.

Made in the U.S. and designed by Karim Rashid, Dottie may be used as a decorative piece or as a bench particularly suitable for kids. Weighing only six pounds, Dottie is resistant to bleach, salt and chlorine, as well as UV rays. It will keep its form and color indoors and out.

Photo credit: Tonik


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