Back in 2011, Tom Spina Designs showed off this King Kong-inspired theater collection at Monsterpalooza.
As you could guess, attendees were going ape over the big debut.
Tom Spina Designs does a lot of custom pieces, but this one is pretty impressive. Hand-built from foam, faux wood and stone, the collection includes a Kong TV cabinet and giant monkey paws that double as theater chairs.
If you want to get up close and personal with the collection, contact the company about getting your own ape-inspired set. Otherwise, you can get a better angle on it, as well as the entire construction process, in the video below. [via Neatorama]
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