Urban landscapes become flights of fancy in Carlo Stanga's Cities Collection for WallPepper.
Stanga—whose day job is illustrating for editorial and advertising—envisions the built environment as a lovely phantasmagoria, a blank canvas for capturing the dynamism and detail of the city.
The aesthetic is palpable with I’am Milano (shown above), an intricately detailed black and white panorama of that city, as well as with Città Invisibili (below), an homage to writer Italo Calvino’s iconic Invisible Cities. Both the book and the wallpaper merge architectural styles and even entire temporal epochs.
Galleria and Duomo Medano are only slightly less ambitious, focusing on the architectural marvels inherent to great cities and depicting same in an inimitable style that synthesizes a cartoonish whimsy with a draftsman’s exactitude.
WallPepper wallpapers utilize an eco-friendly material that is soft and smooth to the touch. The company specializes in offering big, engaging, and fanciful imagery—“ideas, innovation, creativity and a trend to design with a unique style.”
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