Recently reading a Fashionologie post on designers Dries Van Noten and Alexander McQueen's Spring 2009 collections, I couldn't help but notice the glass-top table in the photo of McQueen glaring back at me. If you're scratching your head wondering why it looks familiar to you, that's because it is. The table is a life-size sculpture of a woman as furniture with fetishist and sado-masochist overtones designed by British artist Allen Jones in 1969 as part of his very famous "Hat Stand and Table" series. I featured his Chair sculpture in the series, which sits in London's Tate Gallery, as a Weird Furniture post not too long ago. In the mid-1960s, the Brit Pop painter, sculptor, and printmaker found inspiration in the human figure, and created provocatively erotic works that were meant to arouse an emotional response in the viewer — McQueen's table, otherwise known as forniphilia, is an extreme example of this technique. To see other images of the table, read more.