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X-Ray Botanics 02 Wallpaper by Feathr

Xray Botanicals wallpaper by feathr
Feathr-XRayBotanics2-Grey-Wallpaper-CuriousEgg
Feathr-XRayBotanics2-Cream-Wallpaper-CuriousEgg
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We love our new range of wallpapers by innovative Finnish company Feathr. They scour the world for like minded creative people and commission independent artists to create the most unique and exciting designs for wallpaper.

One of the world’s most innovative and creative photographers, Hugh Turvey is an experimentalist who works primarily with X-ray technology. His work fuses art and science, graphic design and pure photography.  As part of his devotion to public understanding and engagement, Turvey is the Artist in Residence at the British Institute of Radiology. In 2014, he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal Photographic Society in recognition of his work as an advocate for imaging innovation and its role in the advancement of science and understanding.

Xray Botanicals 02 shows a beachside hedgerow, deconstructed by Turvey’s X-ray studio . The exposed internal structures of the flora and fauna give this wallpaper its rhythm.  Influenced by Russian constructivist concepts, Turvey’s work finds order within chaos. There is so much to look at in this paper, its like a 19th century botanists lab and just as romantic !

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£129.00

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Return Period: 30 Days

Details

*Special order item – please allow 2-3 weeks for dispatch.

10M x 50cm rolls, Design match: Half-drop, Repeat length: 64cm, Easy-to-hang 150g non-woven wallcovering. Hanging: Paste is applied directly to the wall. No soaking needed. Removing: Dry strippable: removes in full sheets without use of chemicals. Inks: Digitally printed with the most environmentally friendly inks (UL ECOLOGO®, UL GREENGUARD GOLD Certified). Substrate: All fibres from sustainably managed forests. Free of glass fibers and PVC. Manufactured in the EU.

colour

Cream, Grey, Spring

Orders received by 2pm GMT Mon to Fri typically shipped same day *excl. special order items – see Additional Product Details.

UK: Free Standard delivery (2-3 business days) on all orders over £75 or from £3.95-£9.95 for orders under £75 depending on size and weight. Express delivery (1-2 business days) also available for most products. Free sample delivery.

Europe: Standard delivery (3-5 business days) from £9.95 depending on order value, size and delivery location. Sample delivery £3.50.

US, Canada and ROW: Standard delivery (5-7 days) from £14.95 depending on order value, size and delivery location. Sample delivery £7.50.

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We donate a percentage of every Curious Egg purchase to Equal Arts – an amazing charity that is making a huge difference to older people’s lives through new thinking and really innovative projects. Equal Arts’ creative programme brings real purpose, connection, friendship and joy to the older people they work with and we are excited to support their incredible work.
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We love our new range of wallpapers by innovative Finnish company Feathr. They scour the world for like minded creative people and commission independent artists to create the most unique and exciting designs for wallpaper. One of the world’s most innovative and creative photographers, Hugh Turvey is an experimentalist who works primarily with X-ray technology. His work fuses art and science, graphic design and pure photography.  As part of his devotion to public understanding and engagement, Hugh is the Artist in Residence at the British Institute of Radiology. In 2014, he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal Photographic Society in recognition of his work as an advocate for imaging innovation and its role in the advancement of science and understanding. Xray Botanicals 02 shows a beachside hedgerow, deconstructed by Hugh Turvey’s X-ray studio . The exposed internal structures of the flora and fauna give this wallpaper its rhythm.  Influenced by Russian constructivist concepts, Turvey’s work finds order within chaos. There is so much to look at in this paper, its like a 19th century botanists lab and just as romantic! order a sample

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