Seletti wears Toiletpaper lands in the design shop of the Museum of Modern Art in New York
After its successful debut at the International Salone del Mobile in Milan, and confirmation at Maison & Objet in Paris, the collection of plates, cups and tablecloth “Seletti wears Toiletpaper” – a collaboration between the magazine by the sun images by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari and the Italian design company – landed overseas, specifically in the design shops of the museum of Modern Art in New York, one on 53rd street in front of the entrance to the museum, and the other in Soho.
The objects of the collection will be – from plates and glasses with sturalavandino, fingers severed pulp and interpretation of the famous “I love you”, to tablecloths with a fish stuffed with precious stones, the wallpaper, and the brand new bar of soap bitten – to design the dress shop and its shop windows, with images that become part of the collective imagination in the design world, ready to conquer the audience and fans of the East Coast.
“Seletti wears Toiletpaper” will be officially presented at the MoMA design shop today. The collection is on sale in an international selection of specialty stores from September, with prices ranging from 10 to 20 euro. Tin and waxed, the materials in the collection Toiletpaper-Seletti, are perfectly in line with the spirit of the pop magazine: cheap and widespread, never sectored.