Kate Hawkins' design pretends to be one thing, but could easily be ‘something else’. It can also be hung either way up. One way, with a nod to William Morris, the founding father of the Arts and Crafts Movement, suggests tulips and natural forms. Hung the other way round, the design brings to mind a human head or even two mustaches. Kate is interested in mustaches and why men ‘create’ them. They reveal something at the same time as covering something else up. Just like wallpaper.
• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long
• Repeat: 6.8", straight match
• 2-3 week lead time
• Gravure printing, standard paper
• Made in Britain
Coral pink illustration on a white background
Read more about the artist, CommonRoom, here.