Pixl by Fräsch is an acoustical wall and ceiling covering made of recycled PET. Just like Pointilist art (the original inspiration for all things pixel), it's pretty non-descript close-up, put pan out into a wall- or ceiling-sized display and zowie!: it can take your breath away.
Standard sheets are made of several of the raised acoustical "poofs." They come in a basic palette of gray and white, but as the above images show, Pixl may be custom specified for just about any design. So, if, say, pugs with eyeglasses and party hats are your thing, you can cover the entire wall with them.
The base palette doesn't look too bad either. Here's a creative array on a ceiling that makes a compelling Lego-esque backdrop.
Pixl also offers easy installation. Sheets may be glued, screwed, or nailed directly to any existing ceiling or wall, or cut to fit in standard T-Grid.
Options include round or square profiles in white or gray on choice of black or gray backing.
And Pixl is an eco-friendly product. In addition to being made of recycled material, it's 100% recyclable with Low-VOC emissions. It's also a LEED-point qualified product.