Hey so I’m Tim Reavis, the Director of the Terrestrial Offices of The Limbo Society here in Raleigh, NC. I’ve been fortunate to have worked with The Limbo Society for the past three years or so.
This whole limbo thing is, most likely, to some degree, a form of modestly-managed and properly-channeled psychosis. Everything you see was written, designed, and coded by me. With a shit-ton of help from Gustave Dore of course, whom I got to meet on my last trip to headquarters. Very chill guy.
I’m a very fortunate man to be who I am at the place I am at the time I am, and to know the people I know, and to work with the people I work with. It’s not lost on me for a day.
You can buy a cheap-ass dresser and it’ll be a dresser for about a year until the drawers bottom out. You can buy a dresser from Ikea and it’ll do just fine - you can even paint it if you’re feeling crazy. You can buy a dresser from West Elm that’s really nice - hopefully it lasts awhile. You can hire your local carpenter to build a custom one-of-a-kind dresser, sourced from the finest Mexican Kingwood, that feels like a piece of you, and fits in exactly with your bedroom.
You can also hire an artist-woodworker who’s only half-sane and lives in a mountain cave workshop, and makes dressers that look plucked out of dali paintings. Brands are dressers. Websites are dressers. Everything is dressers.