Artists have some of the wildest, most eye-popping homes around, and the Madrid residence of noted Spanish pop artist Antonio de Felipe is no exception. De Felipe, known for vibrant paintings influenced by classic art, Hollywood, advertising and more, turned an old warehouse space into a sensational home-studio with (what else?) eclectic art as decor. A tour inside, courtesy of Elle España, reveals a dwelling of concrete and brick walls, garnished with, among other things, a graffiti-style self-portrait, slot machine, neon heart wall sculpture, Isamu Noguchi coffee table, wire chair by Charles & Ray Eames for Vitra, and a kitchen with serious Easter egg vibes, designed by de Felipe himself.
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