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PaperCity Houston June 2022

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N ew York artist Mark G a g n o n 's u r n s resemble hand- painted pottery — they were inspired by 1770s jasperware ART & DECORATION PULP FICTION Mark Gagnon X Tribute Goods papier-mâché urn — but they're created from papier- mâché, a medium Gagnon is known for. This is his second collaboration with Houston's Tribute Goods founder, Karen Pulaski. The urns are available in sumptuous monochromatic hues of emerald, saffron, fuchsia, and sapphire, elevating trompe l'oeil to a new level. Each one-of-a-kind sculpture is 14 inches tall and is priced at $5,200. Exclusively at Tribute Goods, Rebecca Sherman 42

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