Take a tour through history via the imaginative landscape of designer Gabriel Pacheco's Veniceland: a fanciful amalgamation of the mythic and the real that brings to life revered icons of the city of canals.
The gang's all here, as it were, for those who know the reference points anyway, with a hyper-real depiction of gondolas, bricola, carnival masks, picturesque bridges—in short, all the infrastructure and architecture that has earned Venice its place among the pantheon of great cities.
Of course, what is Venice if not a city of the imagination? Pacheco's multi-faceted print is exceedingly imaginative, depicting a fantastical realm in which the city's walkways and therefore its very inhabitants seem to convey themselves along by floating above and on the water.
Veniceland is sure to steal the scene in any application: from upholstery to curtains to wallcovering. See Rubelli to find out more.