The graffiti-covered sofas and divans form a collection called “CECI N’EST PAS UN DIVAN,” in which Stikki Peaches has taken the British design classic and given it a distressed finish. Sofas were given a street art-inspired rework with metal studs, spray paint, acrylic and painted Tunisian tiles each getting added to the leather upholstery.
Stikki Peaches said in a press release, “From the very beginning, I wanted these to be pieces of furniture that I could identify with; the design, the quality, the history. These are all characteristics that my favorite couch, the Chesterfield, has: a timeless, classic piece of furniture with a royal feel to it. Being able to dive into each piece with no restrictions from CDI Furniture enabled me to treat each one as a blank canvas and use my signature details that I would normally use on my mixed media paintings.”
The collection consists of four sofas and one sculpture called David’s Bust. Each piece is hand-finished by Stikki Peaches, resulting in a process that takes eight weeks to produce.
The Chesterfield’s are priced at approximately $7500 USD, $11,200 USD, $15,000 USD and $22,500 USD based on the size of the sofa requested. David’s Bust is priced at approximately $3600 USD. Take a look at each piece in the gallery above and check out the collection in real life at Bois & Cuir’s new rue St-Antoine, corner Atwater location.
In case you missed it, take a look at the Geoff McFetridge x Modernica Bentwood daybed.
Bois & Cuir
3000 St-Antoine Street West