When I moved to Oregon, it was mid-December, the house we were renting had some interesting beetles overwintering in it. Over the coming months I became fascinated by the incredible diversity of insect life inside and outside the house and eventually did many drawings based on this exciting world. This wallpaper comes from a four plate etching I made , which represented the beginning of my foray into wallpapers , as the four plates enabled a print that, if collaged together, could grow to infinity- a good visual metaphor for the world of insects. I intentionally designed this to show the processes this wallpaper was born from; The feeling of the block print method gives it a hand made look, reminiscent of the first wallpaper printing techniques. These wallpapers are screen printed and therefore can be custom printed in other colors.
REPEAT: Straight match, 42.5" x 30". Screen-printed on 5 yard rolls of acid free paper. Production
Designed and manufactured with an environmental conscience in the USA