TOXIC & MAISON PIERRE FREY

TOXIC & LA MAISON PIERRE FREY, PARIS
Logo-Pierre-Frey-détouré

A NEW COLLECTION DESIGNED BY TOXIC.
A wallpaper, a printed linen and – most striking of all – ‘No Toys Allowed’, a panoramic wall covering.

Maison Pierre Frey has always worked with contemporary artists, bringing forth talents from around the world whose works are reflective of the times. It was therefore quite natural that Pierre Frey went to meet with Toxic in his Saint Denis workshop to absorb his environment and his work. Through his paintings, Toxic has managed to carry “Street Art” to the level of contemporary art. By exploring the world of the home, his art now evolves well beyond the street.

No toys allowed, 2010 - Private collection

No toys allowed, 2010 – Wallpaper

The Grandson of the founder of La Maison Frey and the graffiti artist discovered they are on the same wavelength. Although free-spirited and independent, they both respect the importance of tradition and method. From this mix is born an unexpected collection; a fabric, a wallpaper and a panel of bright colors and abstract shapes spray painted. Eighty/Thirthy wallpaper, a name that is a nod to the 80 year history of Pierre Frey and 30 year history of work by the artist Toxic. Also available in print on linen fabric.

Toxic & Maison Pierre Frey Paris, Fabric Print, Linen

Toxic & Maison Pierre Frey Paris, Fabric Print, Linen
Toxic No Toys allowed - Wallpaper Photo : Martin Müller - Grazia Casa - Issue May 5, 2015

Toxic No Toys allowed – Wallpaper Photo : Martin Müller – Grazia Casa – Issue May 5, 2015