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Truncus 17051 Wallpaper #14800

by Marco Campedelli for LondonArt
Truncus 17051 Wallpaper $18.00
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  • description

    The Truncus 17051 wallpaper by LondonArt transforms the walls of your modern home to a stunning work of art. The abstract design features swirling, curved lines that resemble paint strokes in different colors and shades. With a contrast between the design and background, it makes the wallpaper stand out in any setting without being overbearing. The embossed textured surface is smooth to the touch and will last for years and years thanks to the high-quality non-woven paper. It is also impact-resistant and washable. 

    Manufactured in Italy with incredible attention to detail, the Truncus 17051 wallpaper has the ability to scale to any sized wall. Various color combinations are available to create the product of your dreams. 

    • country of origin:Italy
    • Assembly Required:Yes
    • Shipping Charges:free
    LondonArt is a successful Italian company that specializes in designing and producing hand-made wallpapers. The company is well-respected around the globe and works with many prominent and talented designers, such as Marcel Wanders and Cristina Celestino.
  • details
    • Designed by Marco Campedelli 
    • Scaled to fit any wall size
    • Printed on high-quality non-woven paper
    • Washable
    • Impact-resistant
    • Embossed textured surface
    • Glue is included with the wallpaper
    • Suitable for interiors (walls/ceilings) only
    • Available in several colors
    • Easy to install
    • Manufactured in Italy 
  • dimensions
    • roll width (RAW): 19¾" (50cm)
    • roll width (GREEN): 19¾" (50cm)
    • roll width (BOLD): 25½" (65cm)
    • roll width (GLASS): 37" (94cm)
    • roll width (WHITE GLASS): 37" (94cm)
    • roll width (BLUE GLASS): 37" (94cm)
    • pattern size: 92½"W × 122"H
  • design

    designed by

    Marco Campedelli

    Well-respected and born in Verona, Italy, in 1973, Marco Campedelli is a mega-talented graphic designer and calligrapher with years of experience under his belt. He has his studio that focuses on corporate images, editorial and advertising graphics, covers for publishing houses, design for wallpaper, and wine labels. With collaborations with an array of prestigious brands, including LondonArt, Campedelli creates iconic finished products.

    Besides being a talented graphic designer and calligrapher, Campedelli teaches lettering and graphic design at the Istituto Design Palladio in Verona (IDP). His work has been on display in countries around the world.

    manufactured by

    LondonArt

    LondonArt is a successful Italian company that specializes in designing and producing hand-made wallpapers. The company is well-respected around the globe and works with many prominent and talented designers, such as Marcel Wanders and Cristina Celestino.

    By combining design, practicality, and eye-catching materials, the company creates unique tailor-made wallpapers that are perfect for modern interiors. Their wallpapers transform spaces and use fashion, architecture, and graphic elements. Not only are the wallpapers beautiful pieces of decor but durable and practical as well since they are made with the best quality materials.

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