Long before Banksy began using stencils to create his street art, Michael De Feo’s iconic illustration of a single flower appeared on the streets of more than 60 cities worldwide in its stenciled graffiti form in the early 1990s. Throughout the decades, De Feo’s work has spanned medium and style, and is now featured in a new book Michael de Feo: Flowers, released by Abrams in April. De Feo’s painting (shown above) over an image of Julia Cumming by Silvia Piantadosi for Another Man magazine, inspires a fashionable, bold selection of items.
The Heavens in Dondi Colorscape Mural / $350 per roll / flatvernacular.com
Meander Chandelier in Ultramarine Blue / $2,400 / avantgardenltd.com
Chloé Tally Sunglasses / $400 / barneys.com
Vertex Sculpture / $150 /jaysonhome.com
Delfino Chair by Erberto Carboni for Arflex / From $3,840 / thefutureperfect.com
Blue Branches in Acrylic Side Table by Michael Dawkins Home / $4,700 / deringhall.com