If you've seen Alien—or even just that image of the alien slobbering in Sigourney Weaver's face—then you know who H.R. Giger is. He made a name for himself (and won an Oscar) designing creepy monsters and inanimate objects that look like creepy monsters. Like the chairs in this bar, which diehard fans will recognize as the proposed Harkonnen Capo Chair for a film version of the novel Dune by grandiose visionary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky in the 1970s. Jodorowsky's ten-hour saga starring Salvador Dali and soundtracked by Pink Floyd never made it to screen—the scope and cost were just too much to bear. Giger ran into money problems of his own when he designed his bar. He originally hoped would be in New York, but it proved too expensive for his backers there, so he put it in his hometown of Chur, Switzerland, instead. Apart from the chair that will make you feel like you're sitting on a skeleton, the rest of the place looks as late-70s/early-80s metal-and-black tacky as you'd expect from Giger. And I say that with the utmost respect for his, um, unusual artistic vision. See for yourself.