Flavor Paper is a collaboration between the American company and Arte, a European designer and manufacturer of high-end wallcoverings. The result is an exclusive collection of 14 extravagant designs with a bold attitude, all brought to life from the creative heart of Flavor Paper’s HQ in Brooklyn, New York.
These irises clearly celebrate Van Gogh’s floral muse at a super-sized scale. The detail in the flowers is amazing, but the real joy comes when the pattern spreads out on the wall and forms scallops of blossoms across the field of leaves. Brilliant!
Evan Raney’s Snake Bit is an intricate carcass design conceived on a road trip through the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico where animal skeletal remains are common. The bone imagery pairs with decorative elements of the American West such as bits used to rein horses, snaking down and around in a repeating pattern. This effect creates an ornately woven tapestry of richly developed patterns that become more and more intricate as the eye zooms in on each piece and out to view the whole.
Infuse your interior with some vitamin B! This wallpaper was designed by the creative genius Michael Angelo, a well-known photographer, designer and hairdresser. “B-A-N-A-N-A-S !” is his pop art homage to iconic screen printing. Whether with a white or silver background, this design literally brightens up every room. Let’s go bananas!
This geometric design is inspired by Navajo woven textiles. Highway 66 has dramatic scale and is unexpectedly dynamic on the wall. Multiple shapes morph between layers of colors to form tremendous depth. The high gloss background makes the effect all the more dramatic.