Above: Mamma Ice to left, Verner Panton to right
We’ve reinvented Baby through striping and resizing, thus creating a late sixties/early seventies style hand-screened geometric wallpaper—pushing the limitations of our maximum screen size.
Don’t like the crazy colors of the retro period but still love the design aesthetic? Go neutral in a space easily with soft metallics on white.
The sign can’t say it any clearer—turn your space into an icy cool setup with fresh colors like Mamma Tulum. Accessorizing with spherical suspended bubble chairs and polar bear-esque rugs can make you feel like an eskimo in the sixties!
Pairing metals with metallics can give you a very futuristic vibe. We love round globe lamps! You can find similar lamps on sites like verpan.com and tomdixon.net. For cheaper options, check out etsy!
Be sure to check out our four newest color ways of Baby....
We love these beautiful nursery boards by Studio Alta. Interior Designer, Thomas Altamirano included many great furniture and accessory options that compliment our Clouds, Rainbolts, and Robots wallpapers. The last shot is our Clouds Sonic wallpaper behind Thomas's go-to super Batman Installer ><
We are so happy to collaborate with this custom wallpaper project for Mattia Bonetti of Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City, shown here at TEFAF Art Fair in Maastricht, Netherlands! More on the amazing Mattia Bonetti here.
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
Above: Love Molecules Rouge
Introducing our newest pattern, LOVE MOLECULES. The design features twelve molecular formulas of neurochemicals that are essential for life, love, and happiness: adrenaline, anandamide, androstadienone, dopamine, estrogen, gaba, norepinephrine, oxytocin, phenethylamine, serotonin, testosterone, and vasopressin. Whether you are falling in love with your sweetheart or your baby, your pet or your work, a sunset, art, exercise, a kale salad… these twelve molecules are the chemicals that are released in our brains and connect us all. Love Molecules is a reminder to fall in love, always!
Above: Interior Inspiration to left, Love Molecules Sphinx to rightMinimum pops of metallics can really make a room shine. Easily turn your study into a molecular goldmine with our shimmering golden wallpaper.
Above: Love Molecules Chalk to right, Interior Inspiration to left
Above: Interior Inspiration to left, Love Molecules Stratta to right
Above: Love Molecules Charm to left, Interior Inspiration to rightProps and decorations are key in any interior setting. Pairing our Love Molecules wallpaper with vintage glass beakers and foliage makes for a very modern, friendly vibe.
Above: Prop InspirationWe absolutely love the idea of furnishing with vintage molecular props. These can be found on Etsy or Ebay and are perfectly geek chic!
Above: Amour Screen print in Cobalt
Above: Brain Candy in Mist
Calm and cozy spaces are serene places to live and work year round. Winter inspires us to add soft palettes to our bold and conceptual designs. We’ve included a few inspiration images we love, paired with some of our newest releases in our pearlescent Mist color way — ten patterns in all. These are beautiful ways to integrate soft whites and neutral walls that can then be accessorized with pops of color or contrast to create a sophisticated, calming winter den.
Above: Interior Inspiration to left, Piña Sola Mist to right
Above: Interior Inspiration to left, Star Tiger Mist to right
Subtle prints in whites like tigers and pineapples can add unexpected magic to your soft white space…
Our geometric Crop Circles pattern has almost 100% coverage of the shimmering mother-of-pearl Mist coat, making any space simply glow.
Above: Interior Inspiration on left, Pop Floral Mist on right
Above: Interior Inspiration to left, Indian Summer Mist to right.
Nashville based artist and illustrator, known for the animations he creates from painting each frame in Photoshop.
For more of his work visit http://studio.drewtyndell.com
Esther Ruiz is a Brooklyn based artist known for her symmetrical sculptures made with concrete, neon tubbing and plexiglass. Each piece is a sort of "setting" or "miniature landscapes."
"Meant to act as colorful abstracted symbols of imaginary places she's conjured in her mind."- Monica Khensurov, Slight Unseen
For more artwork visit http://www.estherruiz.com/