London fashion and interiors studio Eley Kishimoto has designed a collection of wallpapers with bold screen-printed patterns.
Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto have reworked prints from the 22 years of Eley Kishimoto archives for their first wallpaper range.
"The new collection is the latest incarnation of a continually evolving design aesthetic; a re-working of seminal prints from the studio's archive that unifies existing designs with both garments and walls, resulting in a visceral exploration of surface decoration," said a statement from the duo.
The collection includes 12 different patterns, each available in a variety of colour combinations. They include La La Lyon, a contemporary interpretation of a traditional damask pattern.
Venice, Camo Chevron and Light on Lattice are each made up of geometric grids, while Vanity Cats, Monster Skin and Pedigree Entourage all reference animals.
A photograph showing strips of wavy fabric was abstracted to create the Frills print and stars are paired with floral motifs in the Galaxy design.
The wallpapers were printed by hand in the designers' Brixton studio. "The collection also celebrates a desire to create exquisite, handcrafted artefacts in a world of fast, digital production," the statement said.
The collection will launch at London trade fair Decorex, which runs from 21 to 24 September.
A selection of the designs will also feature at London Print Studio's Wallpaper: Artist's Interior Worlds exhibition until 1 November 2014.
Photography is by Rita Platts