All you slow, socially awkward, and stoned kids out there who enjoy sitting around staring at walls, prepare to get DEEP and have your minds blown. DEEP is 3D wallpaper. It was created as part of a collaboration between design house twenty2 and grad students at Pratt Institute, and now it is available to all of us in 5 original, IMAX-quality patterns. No glasses required, but look too quick or stare too long and you might need a Dramamine.
At printing, 3D wallpapers were priced at $58/yard for 27" wide designs and $110/yard for 54" wide designs. Selections are as follows:
Forest for the Trees, by Isabell Jansen. Inspired by the artist's homeland, a take on both the Finnish landscape and a classic forest scene wallpaper theme.
WHEE! by Leticia Pardo. Decorate your walls with the essence of vintage amusements parks.
Vikingr by Nadia Shaheen. Hand-drawn in a nod to the ships that sway in the waves "as bearded visages undulate within the depths of rough seas." Whoa. Heavy. At least she left out the bearded visages' carnage.
Bloom by LuzElena Wood. Flowers. The Aeonium cactus' to be precise.
Falls by Sarah Strauss. The students' professor. Of course hers is the best. Well it's my favorite anyway. What, brown on my nose? Where? An artistic representation of cascading fabric.