This new collaboration focuses on two pieces of Slaughter’s original artwork, Dreamboat and Safari, and turns them into wallpaper. The wallpaper’s success and originality lies in its incredible fidelity to the original pieces, from the brush strokes right down to the cracks in the oil paint.
The original Dreamboat piece is done in blues and greens in oil and acrylic on canvas. It is a textural and experimental piece. As a wallpaper Dreamboat is available in Blue, Concrete, Clay and Moss.
The original Safari, on the other hand, uses layers of oil and acrylic-lay as well as a metallic touch with gold, bronze, steel and oxidized coppers. It is available in Gold, Bronze, Patinated and Steel.
Both wallpapers are available in 150 cm X 320 cm repeatable panels for residential or commercial use starting at £129/€149/US$169 and are available at www.feathr.com.
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