Artist Benjamin Rollins Caldwell’s Furniture At BRC Designs

by Sherry Riter in Art  

I love all kinds of art and the next artist is cool. Furniture doesn’t really excite me because it is just…furniture. But BRC Designs has something different and I think you will find this furniture is a far cry from ordinary or boring.

Benjamin Rollins Caldwell said, “Design and Conceptualization has always come naturally to me. Luckily, its also something that excites me. My operation is a modern studio furniture company that uses the skill and expertise of multiple craftsmen from different backgrounds. BRC Designs makes limited edition objects, one-of-a-kind pieces, and custom materials from the inception of the idea. For me, the physical act of making an object is just as important as the cognitive evolution of the concept.”

I am very intrigued by Benjamin Caldwell’s creativity because it is so eclectic. I can so relate! He said, “Typically I have five to ten pieces in process at the same time and up to twenty concepts that I am developing; therefore, when I am in the studio working on a piece and come to a point where I need to make a design decision or need a break, I can simply move across the room and focus on a different project.” THAT is exactly what I do when I am writing a post or designing a blog. By changing from one project to the next, I seem to get a new surge of creativity in my thoughts and words.

I think you will agree that his artistic furniture pieces are FAN-TASTIC!

Soda Cans Table

Suicide Low Table BRC Designs
Soda Cans Table BRC Designs

Label Whore Chair

Label Whore Chair BRC Designs

Capped Out Bowl

Capped Out Bowl BRC Designs

Deuces Wild Chair

Deuces Wild Chair BRC Designs

Jeans Pockets Rug

Pockets Rug Jean Pockets BRC Designs

Suspended Birdseye Bed

Birdseye Bed BRC Designs

Binary Low Table

Binary Low Table BRC Designs

Abc123 Blocks Chairs

Abc123 Chairs Blocks BRC Designs

Spineless Book Chair

Spineless Book Chair BRC Designs

Spider Chair

Spider Chair BRC Designs

Did you like the art by Benjamin Rollins Caldwell at BRC Designs? Yeah, I told ya’ that you would love it! Write this on your calendar today… The Redhead Riter is always right. (laughing my head off) 😀 Okay, that was your chuckle for the day too. 😉



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1 mom October 4, 2012 at 1:35 am

Wow, where do you find every thing, you are amazing!!!! I am never cease to be so proud of you. Even in all the turmoil you still are able to produce such a wonderful blog. You are wonderful my child. I love you.


2 Sherry Riter October 4, 2012 at 8:34 pm

Thank you, Mom. Actually, writing in my blog helps to calm me. It also gets all my thoughts organized, so that I feel some peace.


3 Joan October 4, 2012 at 1:01 pm

I can see why artist Benjamin Rollins Caldwell designs one of a kind pieces and limited edition objects. He’s a visionary and an artist. His work is exciting, original and emotional. You either love or hate his furniture, but you will never be indifferent towards it, and you will never ignore it. Imagine having one of his pieces in your home. Definitely a conversation piece! 🙂


4 Joan October 4, 2012 at 1:24 pm

My favorite piece is the Suspended Birdseye Bed. I love the simplicity, but I am still trying to figure how you get in and out of the bed. There must be a wood stool with steps that you place alongside to get in and out of the bed that they just did not photograph because they did not want to detract from the simplistic lines of the bed.


5 Joan October 4, 2012 at 1:36 pm

That Spider Chair actually looks like a spider! How unique to make the sitting fabric out of zippers! Very cool, although those zippers don’t look too comfortable to sit on! 🙂


6 Sherry Riter October 4, 2012 at 8:36 pm

Since I’m a seamstress too, I really loved the spider chair because of all the zippers! 😀


7 Sherry Riter October 4, 2012 at 8:35 pm

I wouldn’t need a step stool to get on the bed. Do you really think you would need something to help you up?


8 Stéfan October 4, 2012 at 7:07 pm

Very cool! I love the spider chair.


9 Sherry Riter October 4, 2012 at 8:37 pm

Yeah, I love the chair too. (see my reply to Joan) I also love the bed just hanging! I’ve always wanted a hanging bed.


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