Susanne Thurn Wallpapers - Booth #7

Design Showcase 2012

Design: Handprinted Wallpaper
Materials: Acrylic colours on fleece wallpaper

Pitch: "THE IMPERFECT PERFECTION - All wallpapers are hand-printed in St. Pauli, Hamburg. Screen printing is a craftsmanship. The thick paint is a
haptic experience. Small irregularities, different surfaces and varying lines make every print unique. The patterns are especially designed for this kind of hand-printing. They blend into each other in such a way that no part equals another. I use only the highest quality water-based colours. The wallpapers are printed on off-white fleece material , 75 cm ( 29,53 inches) in width. All designs can be printed in the colours of your choice at an extra charge."

"INSPIRATION - I am a collector. I discover things in everyday life, nature and travels; and try to capture the aspects which fascinate me. These collections are the starting point of my ideas. I transform them into rhythmic patterns or compose them in limited editions prints on different materials. The world is full of things which want to be captured."

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DESIGNER INFO

Designer: Susanne Thurn
Link: susannethurn.com
Location: Hamburg, Germany


SHOWCASE INFO

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About Design Showcase 2012: Every September we celebrate the best new creations for the home. We're hosting a select number of independent designers, makers and creatives from around the world, giving them some precious real estate and watching them pitch their wares. Our panel of judges and editors along with our general body of readers will select a few exemplary exhibitors for special mention.

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