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June 09, 2011 | By

Vice Merchant pumps out some pretty dirty sheets.

"Poppy Playground" is the name of these 400 thread count Egyptian cottons designed by Brooklyn-based artist, Miriam Carothers. At first glance the pattern looks like swoopy illustrated flowers, but look a little longer and you'll notice busty chicks grinding up against the stems and bending over petals. It's like a burlesque show in The Secret Garden.

According to Vice Merchant, Carother's design collective and label, their products are for, "the hot blooded, progressive provocateurs' hidden in all of us." Along with more patterns, Vice Merchant will expand from bed sheets to wallpaper, ottomans, curtains and coat linings in the future. For now you can pick up the dirty sheets at Cotton Candy Machine and Shag stores in Brooklyn.

To get the full effect, see a close up of the Poppy Playground Merchant Sheets below.

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