Pigeon Coop wallpaper
Thorody

Vicky Putler and Theo Sykes formed Thorody in 2010. Originally painters (Vicky Studied Fine Art at Goldsmith's College and Theo at East London), they decided to follow their mutual love of pattern and apply their talents to printed textiles and...
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Vicky Putler and Theo Sykes formed Thorody in 2010. Originally painters (Vicky Studied Fine Art at Goldsmith's College and Theo at East London), they decided to follow their mutual love of pattern and apply their talents to printed textiles and wallpapers. The Thorody style is a unique and abstract style and perhaps because they are painters, they print with the closest thing to paint; pigment. Thorody's style is characterised by the use of short, hand drawn lines. The hand drawn lines reflect a love of early modernism infused with a hint of South East London. Their first wallpaper 'Pigeon Coop' is inspired by the mesh pattern found in pigeon coops often constructed in gardens during the 50's and 60's. Here is the old photo which inspired the creation of this timeless wallpaper. Pigeon Coop wallpaper is printed in Leicestershire by a factory that have been printing wallpaper for over 100 years.

Available in grey and ivory.

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110,00 €

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Dimensions

Length 10 m x width 52 cm
Pattern repeat 26 cm

Origin

Printed in England.

Material

Non-woven, non-coated paper - matt surface and spongeable.

Availability

Delay: 1 week

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Pigeon Coop wallpaper

Pigeon Coop wallpaper

Vicky Putler and Theo Sykes formed Thorody in 2010. Originally painters (Vicky Studied Fine Art at Goldsmith's College and Theo at East London), they decided to follow their mutual love of pattern and apply their talents to printed textiles and wallpapers. The Thorody style is a unique and abstract style and perhaps because they are painters, they print with the closest thing to paint; pigment. Thorody's style is characterised by the use of short, hand drawn lines. The hand drawn lines reflect a love of early modernism infused with a hint of South East London. Their first wallpaper 'Pigeon Coop' is inspired by the mesh pattern found in pigeon coops often constructed in gardens during the 50's and 60's. Here is the old photo which inspired the creation of this timeless wallpaper. Pigeon Coop wallpaper is printed in Leicestershire by a factory that have been printing wallpaper for over 100 years.

Available in grey and ivory.

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