The teapot by Seletti wears Toiletpaper is a collaboration between Toiletpaper magazine Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari and Seletti. This vintage teapot is yesteryear reminder of the the ‘50s; with its classic form with bizarre patterns and odd pictures – drawn from Toiletpaper magazine. Made from enameled metal, which gives it a vintage aspect and making it dishwasher safe. This exclusive and funny teapot is available on shop decor in pastel light blue and antique beige. Diameter: 18 cm Height : 20,5 cm This homeware range was born out of a meeting between the renowned Italian design company Seletti and Toiletpaper, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s influential image-only magazine. The result is black humour dipped in pastel colours, an usual and eccentric collection of plates, mugs, bowls and mirrors along with smaller objects like soaps and tea towels, printed with the unsettling yet humorous imagery found in Toiletpaper magazine.
|Country of Manufacture||Italy|