• Wallpaper Love.


    Posted on 12th January, by Dana Tomić Hughes in graphics + illustration. 2 Comments

     

    I saw this incredibly beautiful wallpaper on Design*Sponge the other day and I simply had to share. This collection of wallpaper lengths is Kirath Ghundoo‘s masters in textiles graduate project. Inspired by the Paul Smith Women’s/Menswear 2011 Spring/Summer RTW collection, this wallpaper is in-fact intended for Paul Smith boutique interiors. Ummmm… Mr Smith, are you listening? This is super cool and would be perfect for your stores. The wallpaper is screen printed with neon ink and foil finishes on an off white wallpaper. Btw, you can open the last image above in a separate window to see it lager.

    In fact, this wallpaper reminded me of something I saw on the Jealous Curator very recently. Below are some images of the installation by Italian artist Ludovica Gioscia titled Rococo-Hardcore. Ok, I know it’s not the same, but it’s completely amazing.

    Serious explosion of colour and layered goodness.

     





  • 2 Responses to “Wallpaper Love.”

    1. Blue Fruit says:

      Geometrics gives this quite an edge – fabulous.

    2. amazing… nobody would ever be bored again with wallpaper like this to look at!



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