The Erosion print is available in its original Perrotin Gallery-exhibited colorway of “Selenite.” A trompe l’oeil design depicts crystals and plaster in a 3D-effect, printed to look as if the crystals are coming out of the wall and that there is a deep cavern in your walls.
Arsham’s dystopian eroded work for your home was created with a high-tech scanning process that captured — in minute detail — the images of crystal and plaster. Other colors including “Volcanic Ash” and “Pyrite,” “Blue Calcite,” and “Rose Quartz” are also set to release soon.
Take a closer look at the Daniel Arsham x Calico Wallpaper Erosion print in “Selenite” above, and order your sample from Calico Wallpaper’s website now.
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