• Minakani Walls.


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

     

    Minakani is a Paris based studio ran by Frédéric Bonnin and Cécile Figuette who create patterns for textiles used in fashion and home furnishings. This is their wallpaper range which they launched two years ago. Amazing, no?

    Minakani also offer custom size and bespoke motifs printed onto high quality non-woven paper.

    I have extreme love for these three patterns here. I unfortunately had to shrink them to the mean 580 pixels to fit the blog format – if you would like to appreciate their beauty a bit closer, you can click on images 1, 3 & 5 to open them in a bigger window.

    See?

    Stunning.





  • 3 Responses to “Minakani Walls.”

    1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by yellowtrace, Dana Hughes. Dana Hughes said: Stunning wallpapers by Minakani Walls. http://bit.ly/aLGwtq [...]

    2. Lauren says:

      These are such cool wallpapers, they have such a beautiful and eclectic range. I love them too!

    3. Wow, thank you very much for such a nice post…it feels great to hear good feedbacks all the way from Australia ; )



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