We're so excited to launch our very first letterpress greeting card. We chose our favorite medicine bottle from our classic design, Brain Candy, and rainbow foil-stamped it on luxe paper to create this striking note for your special someone. Buy a single card or a set of 5 here! Find them in stock at Spoonbill & Sugartown in Williamsburg and Judi Rosen in Greenpoint.
Over the holidays, Aimée created the January Designer Desktop for Design Milk featuring Jungle Dream Emerald and shared some inspirational words. These desktop wallpapers are available in various sizes for your computer, iPhone, or tablet and can be downloaded here.
Interiors and Sources included this image shot by Victoria Jacob Photography. Aimée is wearing vintage Ivana Helsinki tiger print pants and is sitting below her favorite print from photographer Lauren Silberman's After Party series.
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.
Dominique Petrin is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist, currently based out of Montreal. She produces psychedelic interiors which she describes as "altered states of conscience and perception...through cognitive or visual illusions."
Visit her website: http://www.dominiquepetrin.com/
Eugenia Loli is a collage artist originally from Greece but currently based out of California. When speaking of her work she says "It's important for me to 'say' something with my artwork...the majority of my work has a meaning behind it." We've been extremely into collaging lately and are inspired by the breadth of work that is out there among many talented artists.
Visit her website at http://cargocollective.com/eugenialoli
Mark Lovejoy is an artist currently based in Alpine, Texas. We came across his dope body of work—I can't stop dreaming of diving into the oasis of color. He creates spectacular images that evoke abstracted landscapes from far away, mystical planets. LOVE!
See his works here: http://marklovejoydotcom.tumblr.com
Lots of friends have been talking about wanting to visit the Integratron in Lander's, California. Designed by George Van Tassel, this structure claimed to be capable of rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel. It seems like you truly have to be there to understand the feeling of the sound and room. I'm excited to visit one day!
There are also lots of inspiring stops along the Route 66 to Integratron worth seeing.
"I like girls I don't have to put makeup on, girls with a vulnerability in their eyes. I want to capture their raw beauty, their sensuality. I like the girls who are cheeky and provocative and are comfortable in their own skins."
Austrailia-based photographer Akila Berjaoui tells stories with images. Her photos are natural glimpses of women, as she documents very real and intimate interactions with her subjects and their environment. Here are two of our favorite photos, we hope to welcome the floral print (bottom) into our future studio space here at Aimeé Wilder!
This quirky photo-realistic wallpaper by Soy Esty is so much fun. I can totally see it covering the walls of a hip boutique, hotel room, or restaurant. My favorites are Flavo Ice, Button Candy, and the Double Cheese Crackers.