Monday, February 23, 2009

sneaky wallpaper

I think I've mentioned it before, but I'm not a huge fan of wallpaper. I'm not sure why exactly, perhaps the busyness aspect of it, or maybe just my inherent fear of the unknown (I've never had to put any up and the thought terrifies me for some reason). So it is unusual for wallpaper to catch my eye and rarer still for it to excite me. That said, Dan Funderburgh's wallpaper does both. It's just that it sneaks up on you, so you think you're looking at average, run-of-the-mill patterns and toile and then you realize oh, that's different...shown, in order: Darjeeling, Power Plant, Central Park, Chinatown Toile

1 comment:

Prêt à Voyager said...

dan's work is awesome! i had not seen this stuff though. can't help but smile about the fire hydrant :)