3-D-Gree Walls

Duncan Wilson is a genius – in wallpaper design. I don’t know how these would translate in a home of anyone older than 22, but in an office I think the interactive surfaces could lend itself to productivity, and technically replace a white board.

Pixelnotes “A wallpaper consisting of four layers of varying grey tones on a bright primary backing. Each layer is perforated in a grid format and backed with a tacky adhesive similar to ‘post-it’ notes”.

Cutouts “A wallpaper embossed and perforated in a pattern of small triangular corners. The distance and proportions between each corner correspond with standard paper formats allowing pages, photographs and cards to be instantly mounted and repositioned onto the wall without the need for tacks.”

By: Mikhail Budhai – Style

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