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Advances in printing technology have made possible the creation of wallpapers with a three-dimensional quality that generates new perceptual effects and give depth to walls.

Two examples from the NLXL collection. The giant fish that floats over a background of blue dots by Paola Navone

Fish wallpaper by Paola Navone (source)

Fish wallpaper by Paola Navone (source)

In the words of Paola Navone: “wallpaper is usually done as a repeat, but I made my fish wallpaper three meters high; a one-off in the middle of the wall. I love things to be big! Big is beautiful!”

The collection of spoons by Daniel Rozensztroch who writes: “These objects are the results of anonymous work, an artisan, and they also reflect a development of society. They are a part of our culture and everyday life”.

Spoon collection wallpaper by Daniel Rozensztroch (source)

Spoon collection wallpaper by Daniel Rozensztroch (source)

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