Large scale Wall murals Design ideas by famous Graphic designer

This is a completely unique and bold way to decorate your wall, because these wallpapers collection are designed as large scale murals with no repeating pattern by some famous Graphic designer in the world. With this wallpaper collection, you can choose the custom size you want, Height x Width and the design will be scaled to that size. Like the fantastic wall murals in the picture above is designed by Lee Misenheimer, a.k.a Destroy Rockcity which works as part of New York-based graphic collective one9ine, whose abilities in the fields of editorial redesign, brand identity development, website development, consulting, and creative direction have bagged them clients like Sony, MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, Columbia Records and Blue Note Records. Misenheimer has his own unique illustrative style, and his sketchy analogue work combined with his unusual application of Flash, set him apart stylistically from the rest of the graphic design community.

 ANTISTROT is a Rotterdam based artist collective. They sit around a table and paint on the same canvas in synchronicity. They literally paint together in ’sessions’ that are always fun filled events, and spawn a myriad of ideas. We see a dramatic collage in the signature comic influenced graphic style of a plane and funny and scary figures making all sorts of trouble.

Originally from Kobe, Japan, Kenzo graduated from Parsons School of Design with a BFA in Product Design after majored Western Philosophy in Japan. He was the first Artist commissioned to do mural painting for Nike’s first art project space in NYC as well as another show they had at Chelsea Art Museum. He also released his own model of Reebok Pump Fury, limited of 500 pairs worldwide, released also together with Basquiat model in Fall of 2005.

This wallpaper uses repetitive pattern as a grid to organize printed media clippings in order to construct narratives with a social and political undertone. Francesco Simeti was born in Palermo, Italy. and is currently living and working between Brooklyn and Sicily. A selection of his wallpaper is part of the collection of the wall coverings department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, of the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt, National Museum of Design, New York, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Risd Museum, Providence and the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia.

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