Things Aren’t Always What They Seem
You know better than anyone that you can’t judge a book by its cover. For example, not everyone can tell that you are a Rhodes Scholar, black belt, and corn dog aficionado just by looking at you. And upon first glance the Facecord Cabinet ($5,800) by Mark Moskovitz could be mistaken for a stack of firewood. The chest of drawers is designed to look like a pile of cordwood, and you might not know that it isn’t until you try to take a log and put it in the fire. Sort of like how that guy on the subway mistook you for an easy mark, until you Taekwondo’d him to next car.