susan at studio brinson sent over a fantastic link to surrealien wallpaper, a wallpaper company that lets you warp the pattern of the paper over existing objects on the wall. the look has a pretty trippy effect but it could be fun used in the right way. click here for more info.



  1. S says:

    Love the Vasarely influence but I’d feel like I was in a David Lynch film if I walked into that red room!

  2. Cakespy says:

    I love this wallpaper! It is trippy like you say, but it’s subtle…you almost feel like it would go back “to normal” if you blinked or rubbed your eyes. So clever!

  3. emily says:

    Quite fun! But… I think were I to live in it it might feel a little “Yellow Wallpaper” to me. Maybe not. Maybe it would just be whimsical. You might feel like you were in danger of stepping into a new world every time you open the door, like the Wardrobe or Wonderland. And that might be worthwhile.

  4. it’s a fabulous product & concept. this is actually via boing-boing originally. just thought i’d give props where props are due. ;o)


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