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Tekla & André Saraiva to Release Limited Edition 'Mr. A' Blanket

Made especially for the iconic French artist’s Hôtel Amour in Paris.

Copenhagen-based homeware design studio Tekla teamed up with André Saraiva on a limited edition blanket for the iconic French artist’s Hôtel Amour in Paris, France. The partnered offering sees the face of Saraiva’s ubiquitous Mr. A character embellished in white across the front portion of the blanket. The item is predominantly wrapped in the artist’s signature pink hue with cobranded details at the bottom portions.

The blanket will launch on Tekla’s official website and Hôtel Amour’s store this Tuesday, October 16. Elsewhere in art, Todd James recently launched his “Nature’s Candy” exhibition at NANZUKA Tokyo.

Hôtel Amour
8 Rue de Navarin
Paris, France 75009

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