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wallpaper artwork

We’re currently working on transforming my artwork into wallpaper {I’m diggin’ the thought of it}.  This entails a lot of scale and color adjustments which are necessary for printing large scale. Not to mention {but I will}, a shift in how I create my art {somewhat frightening, but all the same, exciting}. What a fabulous way to create a bold statement in any room — the possibilities are endless. Below are just a few examples {more HERE!} that have inspired me while working on the concept:


skull and crossbones :: wallpaper

via {beware of the moon} A terrific father and daughter wallpaper company out of Britain. Love love love it.

Per the John and Louise:

Depending on how full or empty your cup is, the Skulls collection symbolises death/rebirth.  It was the first wallpaper we set to work on  – a simple, hand-cut black velvet skull sparked a debate leading to the conception of this brand.

Skulls comes in a liberal range of paint finishes and effects, from understated National Trust tones and traditional flock velvets, to spangly glitters and iridescent inks that change colour as you walk past them. Designed to please the subconscious, subtle differences between the individual Skull motifs make for a superior repeat pattern, lending substance to the overall effect.