• Deborah Bowness Wallpaper.


    Posted on 3rd October, by Dana Tomić Hughes in graphics + illustration, product design. 2 Comments

     

    Deborah Bowness has been creating the most beautiful wallpapers for nearly ten years. By combining photography with silkscreen techniques, Deborah’s digital and hand printed wallpapers are real works of art. All of her signature style trompe l’œil pieces are made by hand in England.

    Apart from her ready made collection, Deborah produces site specific commissions and limited edition prints. Stupidly beautiful and possibly my favourite wallpapers ever.

     


    [Images courtesy of Deborah Bowness.]





  • 2 Responses to “Deborah Bowness Wallpaper.”

    1. Caroline says:

      I’ve seen the book shelves wallpaper popup up a few times and I’m still a super fan! Love to have a trompe-l’œil like that in my house…



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