In Michael Trapp's world, old plus older equals new.
Sun printing on fabric lets you use the plants in your garden to create beautiful patterns, and the resulting fabric can be made into clothing or a framed work of art.
Everything about Flavor Paper is larger than life. The company’s origins are dramatic, its early years cataclysmic, its printed wallpaper—the result of dedicated craftsmanship and a mod (and sometimes post-mod) sensibility—dazzling.
A room decorated with William Morris's colorful patterns offers a certain reassurance: teatime will always be sunny. The nineteenth-century designer applied his exquisite flora-based designs to textiles, tiles, and, of course, wallpaper. As if throwing open the heavy drapes, he ushered nature's forms inside the home.