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Wallpaper, using the printmaking technique of woodcut, gained popularity in Renaissance Europe amongst the emerging gentry. The elite of society were accustomed to hanging large tapestries on the walls of their homes, a tradition from the Middle Ages.                                    Imagine however if Leo da Vinci had a private audience the likes of Fuoco from Trove.  This unique offering in 5 colorways puts a spin on your standard documentary.

Alula looks to the sea in its 6 colorways depicting the mysteriously globula of the medusa.  Aqua, lime, tangerine, fuschia; Alula makes a nod to Dale Chihuly in its colorful manifestations of the sea stinger.

Hundun isn’t your Grandmother’s bedroom wallpaper with its sprinkling  lotus blossoms symbolizing purity and peace yet inflicted with the force of brutality of kinetic energy.  Hundun is a powerful explosion of fragility, beauty and the force of natural elements at odds with one another.