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A Toxic Win: Graffiti Artist and a Storied French House Unexpectedly Team Up

BY // 12.10.15
Graffiti artist Toxic

French textile house Pierre Frey is steeped in tradition, which is why a breakout collaboration with graffiti artist Toxic is showing some serious design chops. Toxic, also known as artist Torrick Ablack, was one of the pioneers of the Graffiti movement in the 1980s and a cohort of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Toxic’s two collections, Eighty/Thirty and No Toys Allowed, include wallpaper, fabric and wall panels with his signature spray- painted colors and abstract shapes.

To the trade is at Culp Associates in the Decorative Center of Houston and Culp Associates’ Dallas Design Center showroom.

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