Dining Cart, Virtual Diner by JOEY MANIC, USA, 1990s

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"Virtual Diner," a techy and futuristic dining cart by Joey Manic, made in the 1990s in the Northeastern United States. Metal wire structure on rolling casters. Original water and wine glass, flower vase, candle holder, bowl, plate, salt & pepper shakers, toothpick and flatware. Out of production.

YEAR: 1990s
COUNTRY: USA
DIMENSIONS: H 36 in x W 23.5 in, H 91.44 cm x W 59.7  cm
AVAILABLE: 1
MANUFACTURER: Joey Manic Inc.
DESIGNER: Joey Manic / Joseph Boron
MATERIAL: Metal, Glass
CONDITION: Excellent
COLOR: Grey Metal
PRODUCTION: Out of production

 

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JOEY MANIC is the pseudonym and former brand name of American designer, Joseph Boron. His Virtual Diners and lighting where the sensation at high-end retailers in the 90s. His creations have the techy, futurist feel of the decade and were made in Northeastern United States. He went for the weirdest, the best. His style could be described as a midcentury space cyber-punk. A unique outer space vibe for everyday functional objects.