Most creatives have tried their hands at creating posters, some have designed wall stickers, but creating wallpaper has been limited to those who've mastered the art of screenprinting. However, it's easier than you think.
Paper producer Neschen is offering a stock that can be printed using traditional large format printers and hung using standard wallpaper paste. This makes the cost of getting your art turned into wallpaper much lower than screenprinting -- and with access to many more colours.
The 'Erfut Wallpaper CA' stock recently picked up an award at the Fespa printing exhibition in the 'Digital Special Print including Architectural and Interior Design' category (begging the question, 'how did they fit that mouthful on the gong?').
Here are a few examples.
Pricing varies by size, and number of inks used, but a sample roll from printer Verve Display will set you back £35.