When I was in college I had to do a report on Tokujin Yoshioka and I am glad that I did. I immediately was amazed by his design aesthetics and started to follow him and the works that he had done. One of the designs that initially caught my attention was his honey pop chair. The chair was made out of honey comb paper and if one was to sit on it the chair would form to ones body. The design was so simple yet it was beautiful how the honey comb texture of the paper looked after one had sat on it. I liked his design because Tokujin way of designing was similar to how I approach my graphic design ideas.
'honey-pop' chair created from a two dimensional build up of 120 pieces of glassine paper which are glued together and precisely cut. The structure is then opened forming a strong three dimensional honeycomb structure. *From designbloom.com