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Directly referencing the chromatic effect of sunlight filtering through decorative crystals, the Prism collection of wallcoverings was developed by creative director Rachel Cope, who experimented with different prismatic forms to create a spectrum of colours through the refraction and diffusion of light. 

The compositions were photographed and the collages set against varying ambient hues to create a five-piece series of opalescent colourways. Non-repeating and custom, the individual murals evoke such imagery as the dappling of light at dawn and a radiating halo; each are made using pearlescent clay-coated paper.

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