Finnish design collective FEATHR is on a mission to fill the world with more art and less decoration, collaborating with contemporary artists around the world to create original wallpaper and fabrics.
Their latest collaboration is with the renowned Finnish painter Tamara Piilola. Her striking narrative landscapes are created using layers of paint and pure pigment, taking viewers on a journey into mysterious natural environments. Piilola’s works are included in collections such as the HAM Helsinki Art Museum, the Sara Hildén Art Museum and Didrichsen Art Museum.
Founded in 2015 by husband and wife team Anne & Tom Puukko, along with Creative Director, Oliver Green, FEATHR is based in the Finnish artists' community of Fiskars.
Artists collaborating with FEATHR include abstract artist Reeta Ek, street artist Marcos Navarro, tattooist Liam Sparkes, modernist graphic artist Peter Judson and Berlin graffiti duo 44flavours and renowned American abstract artist Kiki Slaughter. The collective has been awarded Surface of the Year 2017 at the World Interiors News Awards.
The Delta (The Great Reflection) wall mural captures in vivid colour a lush forest reflected in a still lake. Mixing imagery of Nordic nature with magical realism, Delta is a true centerpiece wall mural, available bespoke-sized up to 763 cm wide by 280 cm high.
The Most Beautiful Things Hide wallpaper invites the viewer to ask: what lies beneath? Playfully scattered amongst the painted ivy leaves are spaces for the viewers’ imagination. This design is available as repeatable panels of 150 cm wide by 320 cm high. Colour variants include Summer, Mist, Dusk and Autumn.
The Raindrops wallpaper and wall mural features a lush forest scene, dashed through by raindrops catching the light. The original artwork is a diptych of large canvases, painted with oil on canvas. It’s available as a dramatic bespoke-sized wallpaper mural, sized up to 720 cm wide by 300 cm high, or repeatable panels of 150 cm wide by 300 cm high. Colour variants include Vintage Green, Dusk, Blue and Spring.
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