The ‘futuristic’ chair made from recycled foam is back, this time with a name

A futuristic chair from the future is back after being stolen from a museum and sold online.

The chair, which was originally designed for a space tourism project, has been repurposed for the museum.

It has been described as a ‘funko-style’ chair that resembles the classic 1960s sci-fi TV series Futurama.

It was originally made by the company Futuromix, and sold on the eBay site.

The replica chair was reportedly purchased for $300,000.

However, a video from the museum shows that the chair was stolen.

It can be seen below, with the seller saying that it was not in the museum and the money was taken from the collection.

The video has been shared by the Futurism Museum in Seattle.

In the video, the seller says that it is “unlikely” the chair is genuine, but that he did not know the original owner of the chair.

It was also reported that the original buyer of the replica chair sold it on the Internet to a buyer who made a similar chair, but the seller has not responded to a request for comment from The Associated Press.