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On a rainy day a lonely boy spots a bright yellow chair by the road and brings it home. But to him it’s more than just a piece of furniture.
Two cute and very short one-shots about the relationship between people and personified furniture.
Both of these are oneshots about personified furniture and their particular relationship with their owners. If you enjoyed this in one, then definitely check out the other.
Both melancholic oneshots about loneliness and the joy of sharing music with others, these oneshots might leave you wanting to hear some piano music. The sadness is offset with a sweet reunion with a certain person many years after they first met.
There is a man who is able to cross debris - who can feel the thoughts of things and give them peace. Whether it's hearing the sounds of an old piano which once was in a bustling café or feeling the desires of a woman who was murdered, he will help show these deserted things their final dreams.
By the mid 23rd century, the foolish decisions of mankind have led to the collapse of Earth's environment; humanity and all life on Earth are extinct. In the hopes of someday restoring the world to what it used to be, man, before being wiped off the face of the planet, built an immense tower. Inside lives Louis, a supercomputer charged with keeping the DNA of all living things safe until a time comes for it to be released and restored. This is his story - a story that spans millions of years and beyond.
Hotel and I Am a Piano are slightly somber one-shot manga about anthropomorphized objects, their "lives", their relationships with the humans around them, and how they would feel if they could. Visually, they are on complete opposite ends of the spectrum, but both are very attractive.