Jean-Pacôme Dedieu’s photographs can be described as creative chaos. He employs his unique aesthetics to his work, which mainly consists of vibrant color palettes and artistic juxtaposition of objects. He has also worked with magazine such as Wallpaper, Vogue Japan, L’Officiel, and Marie Claire.
In a marriage of high and low, classical and contemporary, this “digital painting” video by Russian collective AES+F, created exclusively for Wallpaper Magazine, is an odd, surrealistic trip through death and rebirth. Stills of the darkly humorous video now grace the Reigning In Russia issue of Wallpaper Magazine.
New Zealand label Twentysevennames just released their Autumn/Winter 2012 collection & lookbook, and it looks awesome. With these matching wallpapers, It’s a great way to highlight the prints of the collection and stand out from other designer lookbooks. Love it!
Moving always brings on very particular interior obsessions for me, and this time I think the strongest one is wallpapers. Last year I featured the custom furniture of Piet Hein Eek and since then he has developed a series of wallpapers, called Scrapwood Wallpaper, to compliment his furniture. They are available for purchase on his [...]
De Joode Design (for Soonsalon) combines photography with patterns in the creation of custom wall-coverings / wallpapers . At a distance, these designs are stylish and ornamental but up close they reveal to be beautiful, kaleidoscopic photographs! De Joode has designed three collections of many
If you like the concrete/industrial look but have boring white walls, here is the solution: Norwegian company ConcreteWall created concrete wallpapers that can be applied on any walls with regular wall glue. All different styles of concrete are available for purchase online at ConcreteWall.
Korean designer Chae Young Kim, develops her own aesthetic of digital textile based on fractal structures. Trying to push the boundaries, she mixes hand drawing and computer graphics to create a very new look with the expert and innovative use of digital software. Her wallpapers are digitally printed on silk habotai and tufted in sections [...]
Ferm Living came up with a quick, easy, fun and cheap way to spice up your walls with a graphic flavor of your choice. The bold line drawings are a great touch for any part of the home. There is something for everyone. I am loving the velo, birch, power birds, and barcode graphics.!
I really like the Wallpaper* City Guide print series by Phaidon’s, their “top 10 bestselling Wallpaper* City Guides” are now available on iTunes for only $3.99. The international cities include London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Milan, Rome, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin and Tokyo. The retail cost for one Wallpaper* City Guide is $3.99 but the [...]
The January 2010 issue of Wallpaper is great, Augmented Reality and as usual their beautiful selection of design and fashion, but here I want to review their cover designer Bjørn Jørund Blikstad and his beautiful 3D wall cube shelving : Imeüble
A really cool idea for this “Off the Wall” Wallpaper by Kicki Edgren Nyborg. It consists of two components: a wallpaper and a 3D form that is mounted over the wallpaper. The result is a wallpaper that seems to come to life, through bulges and rolls that serve as shelving and lamps.
Even in LA terms, the brand new SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills is a networking dream. The brainchild of Sam Nazarian – owner of the flourishing SBE entertainment and nightlife company – it has had iconic designer Philippe Starck, ‘the Ambassador of Spanish cuisine’ Jose Andres and even design maestro and retailer Murray Moss all on board…