Textile artist Raylene Marasco (founder of Dye-Namix studio) has collaborated with Wolf-Gordon to create two new designs for its Curated Collection of digital wallcoverings: Gossamer and City Lace. Inspired both by Marasco’s time growing up in rural Pennsylvania and her subsequent adult life in New York City, the pattens juxtapose blurred natural environments with the energetic pulse of cityscapes. The resulting colour fields are defined by ethereal shadows and punctuates of bright lights.
The dream-like Gossamer is visual representation of Marasco’s experience of moving from a rural small town to a thriving metropolis. Foggy images of wildflowers are superimposed by slices of a city to depict an effect evocative of double-exposed photography.
Gossamer is available in four colourways that are influenced by nature in a hyper-realistic way: Vetiver, Poppy, Ultraviolet and Ink.
With City Lace, the artist captures a lively montage of a field of Queen Anne’s Lace and abstracted urban images, creating a dynamic fusion of the organic world and the built environment.
City Lace is available in four colourways that represent the passage of time and light throughout the day: Golden Hour, Daybreak, Afternoon and Moonlight.
Both Gossamer and City Lace can be digitally printed on the brand’s textured vinyl and PVC-free wallcoverings, Mylar finishes, earth-friendly substrates, felt and other materials. The patterns can also be modified for size, scale and colouring.