How To: Write On Your Walls Without Regret
Wall writing doesn’t have to be cheesy.
You can go the Barbara Kruger route and make a statement — political, humorous, or sentimental. Or you can revel in the beauty of typography, and use text almost as a pattern, as Alexander Girard did with his famous alphabet wallpaper pattern, or as Garnet Hill did with their (less famous) travel journal bedding.
(Above: letters float to the sky like smoke in an unidentified locale. Image: Pagoto.)
If you get inspired to write on your own walls or furniture, send us a picture and we’ll post it here on AT:SF.
(Originally published on 06.26.06)