These are the two new wallpapers by the Swedish designer Camilla Diedrich. As one of the first textile designers to start cutting holes in textiles and structuring them in terms of negative space, Diedrich’s early works related more to deconstruction architecture than they did to fabric design.
With ‘Westwood’ – a wallpaper for corners – she once more underlines her architectural approach.
‘True Blue Gold’ is printed like in the old days, nearly handprinted on a more than 100 year old machine in Sweden with the highest quality real artist pigments
that is glimmering, this make the surface very living, far from the ordinary machineprinted wallpapers made today.
It is all organic, ecological produced and totally resistant against sunlight, will never fade/bleach.
It is a ultramarine blue or white bottom with splashed vivid lines in glittery gold. 1 Roll is 10 meters long x 54 centimeter width, repeatable in all direction.