Drawing, Dakota Jackson, New York; 1992: acquired by the Museum, 1990
Dakota Jackson's "vik-ter" chair is the result of the desire to produce an elegant looking chair that can be stacked, that is comfortable, and that can be produced and sold at a moderate cost. Its wooden seat and back are padded with flexible rubber connectors at their joinings to the metal frame. Robotic technology is used in the manufacturing process to reduce costs.
It is credited
Gift of Dakota Jackson.
Its dimensions are
H x W: 30.5 × 31.7 cm (12 in. × 12 1/2 in.)
It is inscribed
Inscribed in graphite at upper right: A18; at left margin: Breaking Line higher up; measurements and notes; on verso at lower right: DAKOTA JACKSON
Cite this object as
Drawing, Dakota Jackson, New York; 1992: acquired by the Museum, 1990; USA; graphite, colored pencil on yellow tracing paper; H x W: 30.5 × 31.7 cm (12 in. × 12 1/2 in.); Gift of Dakota Jackson; 1992-58-20
This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource.