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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1003, Cherry Forever Sidewall, 2007

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.

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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