This is another mind-blowing, tastebud-enrapturing, scrumpilicious post about fine chocolate and graphics and also another story about people who dare to follow their dream and share it with others.

I came across Mast Brothers Chocolate yesterday as I was ‘researching’ in the beautifully diminutive Paul A Young chocolate shop in Soho.

As the name suggests, Mast Brothers Chocolate is composed of two brothers, American, who handcraft fine chocolates and offer amazing pairings of flavours from their factory in Brooklyn.

As is often the case, A-Gent of Style was immediately drawn by the gorgeous graphics on the wraps which made him wonder whether these long-bearded, Amish-looking guys had any connection with fabrics as their designs are extremely reminiscent, at least to me, of ubiquitous textiles from various references: Fortuny, Liberty prints, Lucienne Day, damasks, William Morris, Fornasetti, Art Deco, Toile de Jouy and Pop Art or even simple patterns like chevrons, herringbones, ginghams and houndstooths.

What more could a chocoholic decorator want??


  PS: you can see the pictures in full when you hover the cursor of your mouse over them and maximise them when you click on them



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