Interior Design, May/June 2020
May 1, 2020
According to the one-and-only Peter Marino, "joyous, happy, cheerful, bright" is the new paradigm for fashion boutiques. So, it's only fitting that when Marino was designing a women's dressing room in the recently revamped Maison Louis Vuitton New Bond Street in London, he looked to us and picked Warhol Flowers in Miami Spice to inject a sophsticated yet playful vibe. This handscreen design is inspired by Warhol's 1964 Flowers, which was based off a photograph of Hibiscus taken by the then executive editor of Modern Photography magazine, Patricia Caulfield. The image was used in repeat in various sized canvases to cover full walls and resembled wallpaper. Often referred to as Warhol’s foray into psychedelic interiors, we thought it made sense to offer the cheery, dark, psychedelic and poppy sides of Flowers...this colorway sparkles with a Diamond Dust-esque glitter. It's fun! Check out the full Interior Design article to see more excellent eye candy and how Marino expertly melds craft and art.