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Cardiac Wallpaper
07.21.2014
10:49 am

Topics:
Design

Tags:
Wallpaper
Anatomy


 
From the same people who brought you the fantastic Day of the Dead Sugar Skull wallpaper a few years back, comes a new design titled “Cardiac Wallpaper” which features intertwining anatomical human hearts. I dig this. Each roll is “screen printed by hand, reinforcing the exceptional quality.”

I honestly wish this came in more colors, but sadly it appears the only color option so far is red (I guess that does make sense, tho).

Each roll will set you back around $300. I’d advise hiring a professional to hang and paste this if you’re going to spend that kind of money on wallpaper. I mean, you really couldn’t afford any fuck-ups with this…

You can order it at the Street Anatomy Store.

Technical Information:

  • Roll size: 10m x 52cm (32.8 ft x 1.7 ft)
  • Pattern repeat: 53 cm
  • Hand screen printed in the UK


 

 

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‘Day of the Dead’ decorating with awesome skull wallpaper
07.26.2012
10:39 am

Topics:
Art
Design

Tags:
Home Decorating
Wallpaper
Day of the Dead


 
I usually don’t like skulls or wallpaper in general, but this Day of the Dead Skull design by Emily Evans of AnatomyUK is incredible! The wallpaper was specially designed for two Latin-themed bars located in London. 

According to Street Anatomy blog:

“The high quality wallpaper is meticulously screen printed by hand using metallic gold ink on peacock, charcoal, and raspberry. The gold ink makes the pattern shine brilliantly under a variety of lighting.”

For more information about Evans’ wallpaper visit Anatomy Boutique.
 

 

 

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Vivienne Westwood Wallpaper
01.05.2010
09:02 pm

Topics:
Art
Fashion

Tags:
Vivienne Westwood
Wallpaper
Cole & Son

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Really beautiful wallpaper designs and dresses from Vivienne Westwood and Cole & Son. From eccouterre:

Now your walls can look as fashion-forward as you do. Legendary British fashion designer?

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