Furniture giant accepts rappers interior design destinations by saying united love to see what youd develop but not everyone is convinced
Ikea has addressed Kanye Wests request to allow Kanye to create, proposing the Yeezy: a plot big enough for West and all his personality friends.
West uncovered his ambition to work with the Swedish flat-pack furniture powerhouse in an interview on BBC Radio 1 on Monday.
I. Have. To. Drive. With. Ikea, he told presenter Annie Mac by phone from Los Angeles. With furniture, with interior design, for architecture.
Specifically, he had interest in turning his hands to a minimalist accommodation inside of a college dorm, with a TV built inside of the wall.
He was drawn to Ikea because of his destination of building his makes most accessible, describing his mission in life as to do high-end and all this material, and accompanied it to the people.
He concluded by calling on Ikea to allow Kanye to create: Allow him to make this thing because you know what, I crave a bunk that he makes, I crave a chair that he makes I crave more produces from Ye.
Ikea Australia responded on Facebook late on Tuesday night with the Yeezy: Hej Kanye, united love to see what youd establish … we are to be able form you Far-famed!
The design three bunks, clamped together was a reference to Wests controversial Famous video, which presented West, his wife Kim Kardashian, and other fames naked and asleep in a giant bed together.
But the fans of Ikea Australia who responded to the berth were by and large not in favour of the collaboration, with one proposing an alternative: the Knye toilet.
Dont do it. Ever, commented one Ikea devotee. Its likely the only thing that would build me far removed from Ikea.
Another mentioned of the collaboration: Would it have a screw loose?
West have already been collaborated with the British clothes designer, Katie Eary, who has created textiles and tableware for Ikea in the past.
He told Annie Mac his purpose was to clear content across all penalties, and was disdainful of those who believed that he should limit himself to music.
Its like telling Michaelangelo, I know you did this drug angel, that was really good, but Michealangelo, I dont think you could colour a cow.
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