The most recognizable paintings from the art collection of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum are printed onto the seats of these plywood stools by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek. Hein Eek combined modern wood cutting and printing technology with traditionally painted images by Dutch Masters. By printing directly onto the surface of the seat, the grain of the plywood shows through the reproduced paintings and drawings. The stools come flat-packed in bags designed to be hung from shop display rails, and are designed to be self-assembled. Three tapered plywood legs slot together to form a base for the seat. Art-lovers, pay attention to these pieces!