“When patterns are broken, new worlds emerge.” – Tuli Kupferberg
Shattered Light wallpaper is one of several inspiring printed wallpaper designs in a collection created by Toronto-based wallpaper innovator , in collaboration with BC artist and designer, .
The pattern is derived from the original LED light embedded wood installation by the artist, who is known for creating large and vivid constructions made with salvaged wood pieces from west coast forests. The imagery itself hints at alternate possibilities, appearing as a disjointed collection of shapes and light, it is a pattern broken to reveal hidden light.
The original artwork was photographed to be prepared by Rollout for use as commercial wallpaper. By working with Rollout to produce the wallpapers in this collection, Comber is empowered to exploit digital technology to effectively uncover textures and nuances in his woodwork, to explore light, shadow, depth and scale as it relates to architectural interiors, revealing new narratives around familiar natural imagery.
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