Designed by South African artist Chris Van Rooyen the Feathr Stoke Wallpaper is stunning and intricate design, inspired by Japanese artist Asao Tokolo. Tokolo is famous for his use of monochromatic lines and shapes in the creation of repeat pattern. This to represent a interaction between positive and negative space. Van Rooyen masterpiece of wallpaper surely lives up to this goal.
Both contemporary and minimalist (at least minimalist for Feathr) this wallpaper is offered in four colourways all of which contrast two colours: black with orange lines, turquoise with orange lines, white with black lines and black with white lines are all offered.
A fresh and young designer Chris states that his work is inspired by appreciation of both old and new “from antique furniture and classical music to new tech and electronic music. I like to fuse the modern and traditional in order to create work that does not just follow a formula. In his latest collab with Scandi wallpaper hero’s Feathr he has managed to adhere to "More Art Less Decoration" with this modern piece of art. Its simply brilliant!