Vinyl Stickers – The New Wallpaper?

Wall sticker set by Nagi Noda
Domestic is a French company that has been commissioning image makers to create designs and illustrations which are made into vinyl sticker packs under the product name Vynil…

Nagi Noda vinyl for Colette exhibition
Wall sticker set by Nagi Noda

Domestic is a French company that has been commissioning image makers to create designs and illustrations which are made into vinyl sticker packs under the product name Vynil and sold in design-focused shops in France. The company has teamed up with über-cool Paris store Colette to create Vynil curated by colette, a collection of wall vinyls designed by artists selected by colette: +41, Monsieur A, Fabien Baron, Claude Closky, Greg Foley, Kaws, Nagi Noda, Jeremy Scott, So-Me and Work in Progress

Here are some of our favourite sticker packs from the exhibition:

Monsier A's vinyl wall graphic - for the colette exhibition
Monsieur A‘s instantly recognisable figures can be yours to stick on the wall of your home

Fabien Baron vinyl for Colette exhibition
Fabien Baron‘s alphabet sticker set

So-Me vinyl for Colette exhibition
So-Me, who CR blog readers will know from his sleeves for Ed Banger records, has created this crowd of characters

+41 vinyl for Colette exhibition
Eyes and pens form the bulk of +41‘s contribution

Each of these kits are limited to just 500 copies and are priced between €48 and €152, depending on the creation, and are available to buy exclusively at colette.fr

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