Are there any ornithologists among us? How about even a middling participant in that seminal birding event known as the “Big Year?” For it would require this kind of practiced expertise to identify the several species of beauteous bird on grand display in Hackney Empire’s latest flight of fancy—appropriately called “Flights of Fancy.”
Channel the Precision of Darwin and the Primitivism of Rousseau with Hackney Empire’s Flights of Fancy Wallpaper
Manufacturer House of Hackney presents this “symphony of birds against a duck egg background” in the form of a digitally printed image with environmentally-friendly inks and FSC-certified paper. The sustainable credentials make this lovely, creative, imaginative, and organically-inspired wallpaper all the more attractive to nature lovers and art lovers alike.
Would that I could enumerate the entire assemblage herein displayed, but, alas, my taxonomical skills of the avian variety are sorely lacking. So it shall suffice to mention the sublime swan, the proud pelican, and perhaps… Darwin’s daring finch?
Irrespective of phylum, class, or order, each of these realistic yet imaginatively depicted birds exudes innumerable charms, all the more so against House of Hackney’s signature cream, gray, pitch blue, or stripes.
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About the Manufacturer: Launched in April 2011, House of Hackney is a new luxury wallpaper, bed linen, and home furnishings label which reworks the concept of traditional British housewares for a new generation.