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Maurizio Cattelan - Vintage Mirror - Two of Spades

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This vintage mirror showcases a black and white graphic design from the image-only Toilet Paper magazine. The plastic frame is black and reproduces the style of old-time mirrors. The photography shows two spades card in a whimsical situation. The vintage mirror can be hung or placed on a table through the foldable support on the back.

Technical Specifications

  • Material: Plastic & Glass
  • Model: Two of Spades
  • Size: cm 17,5 x 23

If you love this vintage mirror, discover more whimsical pieces by Toilet Paper such as the table mirror.



Maurizio Cattelan is an Italian artist who, although ostensibly ‘retired’, has most recently contributed a piece to the Guggenheim museum. His playful, roguish nature dovetails perfectly in this contemporary art scene. He is famous for not only poking fun at institutions and expectations but also providing an interesting commentary on society. He started his designer career in 1980 when he was 20. At that time, he created wooden furniture in Forli, Italy, where he came to meet and develop relationships with designers. With his connections and drive to create more than just furniture, he made a catalog of his work which he sent to galleries around Italy. La Nona Ora, one of his famous pieces, shows Pope John Paul II being crushed by a meteor. The piece illustrates both a humorous irreverence for the Catholic Church, but also a meditation on religion as a whole. Cattelan’s idiosyncratic, eccentric style witnesses strong interest worldwide due to its blend of commentary, insight and playful humor. Discover the Toilet Paper Art selection by Cattelan Musart Boutique has to offer. The more art veers away from the norm, the more we all tend to appreciate it!


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