3D Porcelain Wallpapers by Daniel Pirsc Add Unique Texture To Interiors.

Daniel Pirsc of the Czech Studio PIRSC Porcelain offers a unique vision for interior wallpaper. 3D porcelain components that adhere to the wall add texture, art, design and color to receptions, public spaces and any indoor walls. Read more

LED Wallpaper Is Now A Reality. Ingo Maurer and Architects Paper Have Brought It To Life.


For three years Architects Paper and lighting designer Ingo Maurer worked together to support the work on LED wallpaper. Read more

Beth Katleman’s Folly. Three Dimensional Ceramic Toile Wallpaper Installations.

Beth Katleman's Folly

“Folly” is a three-dimensional rendering of traditional Toile de Jouy wallpaper by artist Beth Katleman. On close inspection, the elegant, Asian-inspired pavilions that comprise the landscape of “Folly” are populated with kitschy figures, cast in ceramic, from popular culture. Read more

Star Wars Wallpaper! Imperial Forces Wall Covering by Brian Flynn of Super 7

Toy, art, design and culture company Super7 has announced the inaugural release of their collaboration with Lucasfilm for the new Imperial Forces Wallpaper. Read more

New Artist Wallpapers From Rollout; Bollywood on Acid & Pantone!

I did a post awhile ago on Vancouver‘s Rollout, a creative design company that produces custom wallpaper as well as a series of artist designed wallpapers. Read more

A Great Idea : Heat-Sensitive Wallpaper

Here’s a very interesting design project by Schuyuan, a recent grad from the University of Portsmouth, (who speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese…by the way).


Called Design with Life, the project, as described by the artist, was “..to explore a new definition of decoration which brings life to design” .

A very compelling part of the project described above is their Heat-Sensitive wallpaper, which when activated actually blossoms flowers (see below).

Below: Radiator Off


….and with the heat from the radiator on:

A section from the nicely designed brochure that accompanied the project describing the wallpaper’s reaction at different room temperatures:

What a fun interactive and creative idea. No doubt some interesting design firm will snap up this recent graduate. I bet Schuyuan will not be looking for work for very long. Go to the artists’site to see more.

Contact info:
The artists’ e-mail: schuyuan@gmail.com