Forniphilia is bondage presented as art, in the form of furniture, in which the central element is the human form. The term was coined by the House of Gord in 2007 but has been seen in art since 1893 in the works of François-Rupert Carabin, in the illustrated catalog for the Salon des Beaux-Arts, contributed two drawings of sculptures of women as part of chairs (see Dijkstra, Bram. Idols of Perversity Oxford University Press, 1986. Pg.117-118). Forniphilia is considered an extreme form of slavery, because the subject is usually closely related and should remain motionless for an extended period of time. They are often gagged and / or placed in the position where there is a danger of being smothered. Safety requires frequent monitoring of the subject submissive. Forniphilia is also considered the best in terms of artistic expression with regard to slavery.