New York Magazine
August 8, 2010
Peer through the Flavor Paper buildings ground-level glass facade on Pacific Street in Cobble Hill, and you may see a pair of 52-foot-long vacuum tables churning out reams of brightly colored Mylar and pony-skin wallpaper. This is where Jon Sherman, who moved from New Orleans to Brooklyn last summer, designs, fabricates, and markets hand-screened wall coverings for projects ranging from Lenny Kravitzs house in New Orleans to Frank Gehry’s IAC Building.
- The printing tables and rooftop elevator vestibule both feature Kabloom in Fruit Punch.
- The bedroom ceiling is wrapped in sexy Sheba in Bleached Sand on Bronze Ponyskin.
- The master bathroom was pulled together by Celestial Dragon in custom Transparent Magenta and Flat Black on Chrome Mylar.
- The DJ Booth is a custom Flavor Pixel digital wallpaper.
The apartment is a perfect example of how easily customizable Flavor Paper can transform a space and make all of the elements really shine in unison.