The tropical feeling of Aimée Wilder’s Piña Pintada wallpaper is sure to remind you of the islands, all year long. Our popular pineapple motif (Piña Sola) has been recreated with hand-painted watercolor giving it a more subtle tropical feel. Piña Pintada is available in a wide range of colors from a Caribbean turquoise, Mar, to the serene cool grey, Gull.
The new collection comprises of 10 new color ways. They are priced at $180 per single roll ( 27 inches × 5 yards) Digital pigment print on FSC-certified, clay-coated paper. Also available on contract vinyl.*
Feel free to check out the rest of our color range on our website!
GIVING BACK IN THE TROPICS
We are donating 5% of sales of Piña Pintada wallpaper for the rest of 2017 to All Hands, a charity that is aiding communities affected by natural disasters all over the world.
Please join us at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair!
Aimée Wilder: BOOTH 2051
Saturday, May 16 – Tuesday, May 19
JACOB K. JAVITS CONVENTION CENTER
655 W. 34th St. [entrance on 11th Ave.] | New York, NY 10001
We are very excited to launch our new silver Mylar wallpaper collection, including two brand new patterns at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) May 16 – 19 at the Javits Center in New York. The collection will feature several of our most popular designs printed on Mylar, and the entire booth will be wrapped in the reflective material.
Above: Star Tiger Silver Neon
The Mylar lends itself to the late sixties/early seventies factory aesthetic. With this collection, we are reimagining some of our most iconic patterns and revitalizing them with this new substrate.
Above, left to right: Star Tiger Silver Neon, Brain Candy Silver Mint, Love Molecules Silver Azzurro, Gameland Silver Glimmer, and Analog Nights Silver Cloud.
Patterns in this collection include our two newest additions: Love Molecules offers an entirely unique perspective on love with a design that features twelve molecular formulas of neurochemicals that are essential for life, love, and happiness; Mamma is our newest pattern and is a large-scale riff on our popular Baby wallpaper. A vintage geometric, Mamma has a minimalistic and mod design utilizing the simplicity of a half circle. Other classic patterns in the new collection include Analog Nights, Brain Candy, Gameland, and Star Tiger.
Above: Mamma Silver Cloud
Bella (#bellawilder on instagram), smiling with her papa, has bounced back from last Monday...
In the center of my studio hangs a glistening 4 foot wide print of nostalgic mylar star balloons, a metallic silver curtain, amp, and drums. The photo is one of my favorites from photographer, Lauren Silberman's Afterparty series. She has taken "morning-after" photos of many of brooklyn's wildest shin digs and prints them with the most meticulous attention to detail. More of Lauren's work can be viewed here. To purchase a print you can reach her via email: email@example.com.
is right across street! It is actually the live/work space of installation artist, Tara Donovan. After researching about the building, I also began reading about Tara. I found a great interview from 2008 detailing her creative process and path to success as a prominent artist. She uses common every day objects such as paper plates, pencils, styrofoam cups, all in mass quantity, and installs them into spaces creating wonderful works of art.
I was also surprised to learn that the original building was an auto body garage! Tara purchased the garage and hired the Williamsburg, Brooklyn firm, Standard Architects, in 2005 to turn the one story space into a three story building where she could live and work. The most heartwarming detail is that Tara ended up marrying the Architect who was assigned to make model of her new studio two years later! Below are some images of Tara's work and the coolest building in Williamsburg. Now I'm definitely on the hunt for a local auto body garage.
Pretty honeycomb gate. Photo Credit: David Tillman
Moire, 1999 is made from giant rolls of adding machine paper.