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Seletti wears Toiletpaper at Famous

Famous is now selling the unique Seletti wears Toiletpaper design collection. The latest additions to the collection are the area rugs, in rectangular and round versions, finally available to the general public after their previewing in Miami, in the Untitled art fair lounge, and in Paris at the pop-up shop at Gallerie Perrotin.

Each rug presents an image chosen by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, printed onto the fabric using inkjet machinery designed specifically for large formats. A special heat treatment ensures the resistance of the print and the vividness of the colors.

The Seletti wears Toiletpaper rugs, veritable works of art, are available in 14 versions; Two of Spades, Eye & Mouth, Fingers, Lipsticks rectangular, Phone, and Legs are complimented by the new designs Snooker, Cat, Lipsticks round, Teeth, Food with Holes, Game Over, Lady on a Carpet and Snakes.

Read more about the brand, the cooperation with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari and what to expect. We’re very excited by this combination of some of our favorite art and beautiful design. Buy them here or send us a message for more information!

Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari

Exceptional collection of tableware and objects born out of the collaboration between Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s magazine and the Italian design company Seletti. Black humor dipped in pastel colors: born out of the meeting between Seletti, Italian design company, and TOILETPAPER, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s image-only magazine, Seletti Wears TOILETPAPER is an unusual and exceptional collection of plates, mugs, tablecloths, bowls, glasses, backing dishes, teapots, tea towels and objects like the soaps, tables, mirrors, cushions and the umbrellas. A selection of images from the magazine become the decorative motif of the Seletti Wears TOILETPAPER design collection. A kitchen plunger, a rampant horse, the severed fingers (already on display on Manhattan’s High Line billboard) and a pulp interpretation of the famous “I love you”, a toad in a sandwich, the apple-shaped Yin & Yang symbol and the eye with the eyelash curler; a fish full of precious gems and a table set with “unexpected” guests are the images towering