If Willy Wonka had bypassed into a life of making lickable wallpaper (see: “lick a pineapple and it tastes like pineapple”), he might have called it something like Flavor Paper.
Instead, Jon Sherman is the owner of the buzz-worthy wallpaper company from Brooklyn, New York.
A 9-foot tall adhesive vinyl of Hippy Ted is mounted to the studio wall in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.
The wallpaper company was founded in Oregon in 1970 by a hippie named Ted and later shut down. In 2003, after hearing about the wallpaper company from a friend, Sherman flew to Oregon and bought the vintage equipment and patterns from Ted. A year later Flavor Paper was reborn and wallpaper was cool again.
Super hero graphic fractal designed by Liam Brazier and printed by Flavor Paper.
Known for their hand-screened and digital-printed technique and bold geometric and floral patterns, Flavor Paper can be spotted in even the trendiest of places: the newly opened Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg is decked in FP wallpaper.
The toile wallpaper in the Wythe Hotel bedroom designed by Dan Funderburgh and printed by Flavor Paper.
The fact that they have a SCRATCH AND SNIFF print available would make Wonka proud.
SCRATH AND SNIFF wallpaper prints available for $450.00.
Designer showroom Are & Be carries the line in Toronto.
Source: Flavor Paper