New York 'Walk/Don't Walk' sign turned into a kooky chair

Who knew a New York City “Walk/Don’t Walk” sign could function as a chair in your living room? Like some other chairs we’ve seen lately, this one doesn’t look too comfortable, but it’s unquestionably unique. Its stern lit-up admonitions are even controllable by an included remote.

The chair started its life on the streets of New York, and you can have it delivered to you (about three months from now) in its beat-up city-worn state, or they’ll paint it up for you so it looks good as new. Maybe its glazed resin seat isn’t as uncomfortable as it looks, but those light bulbs inside must make it one hot seat. Too bad it costs $3700, especially if it’s stolen.

Uncommon Goods, via Coolest Gadgets