Maurizio Cattelan, a well-known figure in the contemporary art scene, and the photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari sign a unique collection for Seletti, both provocative, absurd and funny. Dishes, mugs, tablecloths and soaps of this collection are decorated with surrealist images taken from the magazine Toilet Paper, founded in 2010 by the two Italian artists. Fingers cut with perfect manicure, bitten soap, fish stuffed with precious stones, a cut wing canary. Toilet Paper's dreamlike and black-humor motifs take inspiration from fashion, from advertising, combining commercial photography, disturbing visual narratives and surrealist imagery. Toilet Paper refers to our contemporary obsession with images, exploring our most absurd desires and urges. The different elements of the Toilet Paper collection are different portraits that capture, mix disturbing normality and ambiguity, in which the feeling of upset joins a visual pleasure. These are real works of art! The Toilet Paper collection questions, despite having affordable prices and a wide distribution, on the nature and limits of the contemporary art market. A question that has always been at the heart of Maurizio Cattelan's work. This plate in enameled metal measures: Ø 26 cm. Dishwasher safe.