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Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook
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Toiletpaper (Maurizio Cattelan x Pierpaolo Ferrari) - Notebook

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Produced by Seletti
PU protective cover and ivory paper with interior pocket
14 x 21 cm | 15.5 x 18.25 in

Contemporary artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari are the duo behind Toiletpaper, known for its cheeky hyperreal imagery, breaking down the prevailing codes and photographic motifs of fashion.

Toiletpaper’s assemblages are of course inspired by “found images” taken from the Internet and magazines: breaking down prevailing codes of fashion, advertising and cinema is the duo’s leitmotiv. On top of this comes an eclectic mix of forms: from consumer items and food to animals of all kinds, perhaps alluding to the artistic work of Maurizio Cattelan.