Its name is Flavor Paper and it’s one of the most loved interior brands among the American celebrities. Starting from Blake Lively to Ryan Reynolds including Lenny Kravitz, Jessica Alba and John Legend, a great number of big Stars have chosen to wrap their walls in artistic coverings, original patterns, colorful decorative motifs. Flavor Paper is one of the most interesting wallpaper producers, located in Brooklyn, in an eclectic Lab hosting the atelier, offices, the showroom and even the penthouse where Jon Sherman – founder and creative mind of the company – lives with some employee-tenants.
The Flavor Lair, headquarters of Flavor Paper, designed by Skylab Architecture, won the 2010 Best of the Year Showroom Award from Interior Design Magazine. The eccentricity of this location perfectly mirrors the creativity of the brand and its products, which is an essential and distinctive aspect of the building interior architecture.
Revealing its full artistic expression, the wallpaper takes on a leading role in interior projects. With over 150 different designs, an endless list of materials and choices, and even the “scratch n’sniff” option, the Flavor Paper inventions are real artworks, able to convey realistic feelings and emotional perceptions.
A wide list that includes the innovative Andy Warhol x Flavor Paper Collection, made in collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts: the result is an entire line dedicated to the Pop Art father, inspired by his iconic paintings.
Flavor Paper produces wallpapers by manual screen-printing and digital printing, and the customization is always guaranteed. An advantage, in particular in important interior projects, where the brand is called to participate, as Google, MoMa, W Hotels, Nike, Diesel, HBO, MTV, just to mention some of them.
In this prestigious list there is also included the latest work for Jugofresh brand, a chain of juice shops that has conquered the city of Miami in only 3 years.
Founded in 2012 by Matthew Sherman, Jugofresh is the perfect place for health and organic-food lovers: juice, smoothies and plant-based food, locally produced.
Seven different projects for seven locations were Jugofresh and Flavor Paper have worked together, each one representing the city area where it’s situated.
Following this philosophy, the South Point shop remembers with its warm colors the proximity of the beach, while the Wynwood Walls shop (in the heart of the design district) is the most artistic and edgy, characterized by geometrical shapes and green tones camouflage.
Also the locations of Sunset Harbour, South Miami, Whole Foods Downtown Miami, Coral Gables and North Miami, all to be discovered and tasted through their wide offer of products and juices.
An tip from the editor: if you happen to visit Jugofresh stores, try the Acai Bowl specialty!