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Referencing industrial materials and architectural elements, Ballari and Kabuto, two new Type II 100 per cent mylar-faced vinyl wallcoverings in Wolf-Gordon’s collection, introduce a timeworn yet sophisticated aesthetic to a variety of settings. 

Resembling distressed concrete, Ballari features broad brushstroke-like patterning that references the colour-layering and textured effect of impasto painting. A subtle metallic sheen is revealed in the mylar and opaque ink gives an overall rich look. Seven hues are available including Copper, Stardust and Turquoise (shown). 

With Kabuto, layers of colour appear to be scraped away, uncovering an uneven metallic finish beneath. Seven colourways inspired by industrial metals are offered, including Corten, Tungsten and Amazonite (shown).  

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