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1003, Cherry Forever Sidewall, 2007

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"label_number": "1003",
"title": "Cherry Forever Sidewall, 2007",
"description": "Red glossy cherries pop against a yellow chrome background on this scented wallpaper. Scratch and sniff technology was introduced in 1965. Designed by Michael Angelo for Flavor Paper, Cherry Forever is hand-printed and seeded with microcapsules of fragrant oil. Rub the cherries in the framed section of the wallpaper. The microcapsules break open to release the fruity scent.",

"tombstone": "Michael Angelo (American, born 1970) for Flavor Paper (New York, New York, USA, founded 2003); Screenprinted, microencapsulated scented oils; Courtesy of Flavor Paper"

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