A friend of mine asked me about this image, whose pedigree is curious.
Anybody who hangs out around doll/object kinks long enough encounters photos of the items above - I’ve pulled some of the larger ones out of my collection (click each for a bigger version). The first ones are the work - or copies of the work - of a British artist named Allen Jones. He did the first set, called Chair, Table, and Hat Stand, in 1969. It’s unclear whether he’s done other editions of it since then, but 1) he’s still alive and making art and 2) the web seems to definitely credit both versions (with the “table” in a blonde or a dark wig) to him. The dark-wig table shows up in an article about the auction of Gunter Sachs’ art in 2012 (where it was noted that the set sold for over four million pounds).
I had not ever seen a dark-skinned version of the “chair” … but we know one exists, because of this little scandal. That appears to be the work of Bjarne Melgaard (and for a discussion of his possible motives, see that link). I also could not say about the palette table in green, which I had never before this seen in the same images as any of the other furniture. I have no idea if the palette table is Jones’. (If someone can read the line of Japanese on that last image, it might or might not provide a clue.)
Jones’ sculptures appear in the Stanley Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange, and I think he did some of the costumes too.