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From time immemorial art has been the vehicle of expression and the wall has been the first media used to state the human need to communicate. Wallpepper project gives this old tradition a new dimension, summing up quality, artwork and diffusion. Born from the decennial experience of professionals who devoted themselves to interpret, shape and print international artists’ artwork, Wallpepper has to be intended as a new mean to spread authorial images. The desire for bigger images is now combined to the use of new technologies, providing the opportunity to produce on demand. Nowadays we can break the boundaries of frames to provide artworks with a boundless surface, always keeping an exemplary quality. Big surfaces’s art, combined to on demand reproducibility. It becomes AUTHORIAL’S WALLPAPER.

FINE ART WALLDRESS

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#32 Adriana glaviano

Born in Palermo, Adriana Glaviano attended Brera Accademy in Milan. Illustrator and graphic designer for delight, at the beginning she devoted herself to fashion as a free-lance for “Condé Nast” and, later on, as a journalist for “Vogue Italia”. For the “Rizzoli Group” she worked for “Amica”, then for “Io Donna” and further on for “Anna” as fashion vice-director. She came back to” Condé Nast Group” as a fashion director for “Vogue Gioiello” and “Vogue Pelle”. In 2008 she designed “Cala di Volpe” collection for Tom Barrack’s Colony Group. Today she is a free-lance fashion director and dedicates herself to illustration, graphic and publishing.


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Southern Italy nuances, its light, its colors, its Baroque shapes. The love for art. Pictorial experience and fashion. These worlds have led me to seek out new creative shapes for a contemporary expression, squarcio barocco 032 - 09 - A

with a soft approach to the decorative language, where fiction proves being even more intriguing than reality. adriana glaviano

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#73 giuseppe di piazza

Giuseppe Di Piazza started his career as journalist back in 1979 for “L’Ora”, a daily newspaper based in Palermo. He has headed up the weekly magazine “Sette”, the monthly magazine “Sette Green”, “Agr” and the monthly magazine “Max”. He works for “Corriere della Sera” and he is an academic at Iulm University. In 2011 he began as photographer with his exhibition “Io non sono padano”, followed by “Italia Magazine” in 2012. He wrote his first novel “I quattro canti di Palermo” (Bompiani, 2012) and the book was shortly followed by “Un uomo molto cattivo” published in 2013 and by “Fango – La doppia morte di un uomo perbene” (I Corsivi by Corriere della Sera).

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The night of the hurricane, perspectives overturned by the strenght of the wind: a flag resists everything, the symbol of a nation that knows being pivoting

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A Tribute to my culture of journalism, a New York newsstand transfigured by movement, where newspapers and magazines turn into pure color.

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The sleep of a traveler, at dawn. A moment of abandon in our fast, relentless days.

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#75 marco glaviano

He lives and works between New York and Milan. Marco Glaviano unmasked his interest in photography during his studies at Faculty of Architecture in Palermo; during that period of time he has been working as a theatre set designer and has also been a musician in a jazz band, in which he began to portrait his jazzmen friends. In 1967, Marco Glaviano started out his career in photography and began working for leading fashion European magazines. In 1975 he moved to New York where he worked for the most prestigious fashion magazines (American Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, …). In the United States, together with John Casablancas, founder of Elite, he partaked in creating the Supermodels Phenomenon. He designed “Pier 59 Studio” in New York, which yet is the most important photography studio worldwide. His strong interest in digital photography lead him to publish the first ever digital snapshot on American Vogue in 1982. His photographs are part of many collections in the United States, South America and Europe.

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#06 matteo fumatto

Matteo Fumagalli aka Fumatto, was born in Milan, where he still lives and which is an ongoing source of inspiration, in 1976. Versatile artist from the pencil to the wall, from modeling to decoration, from doing to undoing. Currently, he works, with several agencies, on publishing projects and he produces artworks related to his Scotch & bic research project.

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With a view to the future I am tied to the idea that a sheet of paper, in the case where it has something

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to tell, will be more safeguarded than any hard disk and I persist in thinking that it may well be one of mine!


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#27 claudio monnini

Painter, (but also architect and set designer) was born in Milan in 1965. Besides his bright carrer at Wannabee Gallery in Milan, whereby he usually exhibits his works in solo exhibitons and collectives, he has also been taking part to many institutional exhibitions both in Italy and abroad. Claudio Monnini’s painting is connoted by a confident and quick brushstroke deriving from his knowledge of drawing which doesn’t need for the assistance of photography to reach a strong and expressive realism. In the new Italian figurative scene, he is considered one of the most significant portraitists.

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I have thrown my soul out of my body, above those horizons made of coffee. I watch it to take off in flight from an undefined border: this is the battle between the safety of terra firma and the mutable world of desires, fluid and indefinite..

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Us all people, animals, trees, stilts are the performers in this dreamlike and universal journey: dry souls on the door of the next step.

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#18 betta gancia

Born in Turin, she has always been keen on for photography. She lives and works in Milan. A real traveler, she has always been working in the world of creativity as a decor fabric stylist and as an interior designer. In 1996 she published her first photography book: “Cieli. Trentasei nostalgie d’infinito” and she took part to several personal and collective exhibitions (Torino, Città di Castello, Rimini and Venezia in conjunction with Biennial). In this latest work of her, nocturnal light has a leading role arising from the necessity to glance at all of the light sources which are in sight of us all but interpreting them from a different point of view.

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Light is the greatest representation of life. Some works are the result of a research dedicated to it, others focus on its faint absence at night. The black background of these images, evocative of

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the difficulty and even the cruelty of existence, is suddenly crossed by a flash coloring darkness and I, harboring feelings of hope, joy and life, through images, recall the fantastic, imaginary and imagined icon that exists before the shooting and that almost drives it


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paolo nicola rossini

(Milan, 1972)

His work is characterized by being a conceptual approach centered on giving expression to a certain sense of transience of the image itself. In order to represent his own “transient” vision on reality, Paolo Nicola Rossini has been experimenting two different kinds of work. On the one hand, a process involving both video making and photography, catches the movement and allows many different images to be merged in a single snapshot rendering a sense of, both temporal and spatial, transience in the depicted subjects. On the other hand, his “The Black Series”, is purely a photographic job, based on a very intimate point of view on reality, depicting a world made of darkness, where, light emanates from the subject itself. In both cases, photography is used in an unconventional way and Paolo Nicola Rossini’s works appear to be a pictorial representation of reality as it’s perceived more with imagination than with the eye or the camera lens. He lives and works in Monaco.


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saverio lombardi vallauri

Born in Florence, I studied a lot about architecture but a few about engineering. In 1989, I realized that what I really wanted to do was photography. Two years at IED in Rome, gave pronto results: in 1991 I have been asked to teach and, ever since, I have never quit. If teaching is necessary to wheedle my ego, architectural photography fulfills my desire for certainty: designed space represents the order in which to live my existence with no stress and, possibly, with an aesthetic satisfaction. In order to purify the eyes and the mind I have chosen landscape digressions, even better if not in the Plain. It is years I am trying to settle down in Milan, but I still keep my distance from it because of my evident tendencies for free downtime. I have written a few books on photographic theory; my specialty was the overestimation of the

importance of the optical bench in the digital era. In the last few years I have realized that I get along very well with sensors and I talk and write about them every time I am given the opportunity to. My photographs have been published, amongst others, by “24 Ore Cultura”, “Alinea”, “Arnoldo Mondadori Publisher”, “De Agostini Editore”, Edifir, Publishing Composers, Kappa Edizioni, Federico Motta Editore, Franco Angeli, Hachette, Leo Olschki, Lottomatica, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Skira, The Official Point of View and on the magazines Environment Kitchen, Area, Architectural Stone, ArquitecturaViva, Box, Casabella, Case da Abitare, Building, Building in Brick, on Architecture, Domus, Flare, Fotopratica Images, Bath Today and Tomorrow, Interiors, The Arcaplus, The Construction Industry, Ligthting Mirror and the Press.

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I resent people who, newbie Cartier Bresson wannabes, talk to me about the fleeting moment, the one in a million emotion, the full frame; those people who "if your photos don't have the usual black frame around, you're a pariah, a crooked, an impure"

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Why painters can make canvas the size they want and photographers must submit to the 2:3 ratio? Why graffiti can be as big as the wall that house them while photographs are imposed the 6:6 ratio?

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I trust in second view, in one day doubt, in going back again and again on a decision that appears to be irrevocable.

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I believe that a photograph is done when it is presented to the public and that the photographic process is composed of all of the acts between recognizing the subject and revealing its image to different yes than mine.

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In my opinion, photographing architecture is exactly this: the building is right there, often it's decades; I come across it, I watch it a long time, I study it and it doesn't even notice me; I ring around it, I narrate it, I build perspectives and it stays there, stationary for decades.

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I like bold images, strong diagonals, classical proportion between lights and shades, lines that continues outside the corners of the format, created spaces by the close wide angle's point of view. 81


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GUIDO SCARABOTTOLO

He works as an illustrator and graphic designer. Currently, his drawings frequently appear on Internazionale and on the Sunday edition of Sole24Ore, on the New York Times and on the New Yorker. Since 2002 he has designed and illustrated many covers for Guanda. He lives and works in Milan.

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A drawing is defined only in the mind of the person who pictures it. It is a starting point, the beginning of a path. I'm happ am successful at


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Starting off to long wanderings through a few marks. My dream is to be able to make invisible drawings.

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sofia cacciapaglia

Sofia Cacciapaglia was born in 1983 and she lives and works between Milan and London. She started her artistic career attending the painting major at Brera’ School of Fine-Arts. Once concluded her studies, she moved to New York where, in 2007, her first personal exhibition opened at Industria SuperStudio. In subsequent years, she has been exhibiting together with Alessandra Bonomo, at Riccardo Crespi Gallery, at the museo della Permanente di Milano, at Palazzo delle Stelline, at Sotheby’s and, in 2011, she was the youngest artist representing Italy at 54th Biennale di Venezia. She contributed to several magazines like i.e. Vogue Gioiello, l’Officiel Italia, K-way. A/W 2014-15 collection by the stylist Caterina Gatta has been entirely designed on Sofia’s paintings Reviews about her work can be found on Flash Arte, Art, Il Corriere della Sera, La Stampa, la Repubblica, Vogue, Elle Magazine, Style, Be Magazine and many others.

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"Feminine bodies, flowing lines, sinuous and comforting shapes as a mother's womb, are the painted and drawn figures on her canvases: rediscover sensuality in the pictorial gesture, the pleasure of brush stroke on canvas, as a primeval act of "human doing" More than an artist I'm a painter recovering, in this sense, the whole artisanal dimension of doing art,


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Giving back the right importance to the creative act, as an integrant part of the significance of the work of art itself. According to me, painting has no connection with the world of meanings. It is a stand alone poetic language. My work is successful when it conveys a sense of peace, but at the same time of force "

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Female figures seem to help and support each other, softly embracing the beholder, as well as the large carnal flowers taking inspiration from 900's avant gardes, recall Sironi and Casorati, Marc Chagall's symbolism.. The soul, in its most aery and deeper dimension, hovers in the air in an inner and imaginary space beyond the huge paintings.

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#52 Talitha Puri Negri

Born in Milan in 1982, Talitha Puri Negri devoted the latest 4 years of her artistic career both to photography and humanitarian commitment in Nairobi, Kenya. She has been volunteering for the Twins International Association, teaching in school in the slums and for the “Alice for Children project “ living with the orphaned children. Her fist exhibition at Sotheby’s in Milan consisted of a selection of photos taken during the months she spent in Kenya; the proceeds from auction’s sales have been donated to the ONG. Talitha has just gone in a project to finance scholarships so to allow the children she has been teaching to to pursue their studies ; she has also created an ethical fashion project to help a local organization of HIV-positive Women. In 2013 she exhibited at Sotheby’s photos taken during her travel in India and in Bangladesh; the proceeds

have been devolved to the ONG Association for Sewa and its projects: Sewa Lucknow (India) and Banchte Shekha (Bangladesh). She has written articles about the work carried on by ONG and also about her life experiences and they’ve been published on : Vanity Fair, Grazia.it, Elle and Elle.it she’s presently contributing to . In Italy, it is five years she is volunteering for Piccolo Principe ONG which hosts 30 fostered children; last April she created an exhibition on this theme at Palazzo Serbelloni, made up of the portraits, taken by Giovanni Gastel, of the children hosted by the ONG. The exhibition has been taken to Rome on the occasion of the Universal Children’s Day, also thanks to the Children Ombudsman

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in hidden images, in the almost ephemeral presences and reflected shadows a curiosity for what has been shown but not unveiled. A journey within a journey, to be able to dream and play with our own imagination, through the gaze to a simple wall. 111


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martino frova

Martino Frova is a professional photographer who has developed his visual expertise travelling the world since 1989. He has shared most of his life experiences in very close contact with nature choosing the river as his �playfield�. He has found in open spaces his physical and mental health, making of them his own lifestyle. Through his images he aims to depict the essence of nature in all its elements: water, fire, air, earth, wind and light.

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Photography is nothing but a complete and accurate reproduction and expression of the essence of the world. I don't have the floor to get out of my optical view but through my photography I can communicate with myself and with the life surrounding me, praising the illusion to show others the real nature of things, belonging to ourselves only or to a being with a gifted nature.

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#37 Filippo di Sambuy

He was born in Rome in 1956 and lives and works between La Turbie (France) and Turin. “Le Nuvole�, his serie made up of seven paintings produced in 2010 is inspired by the movement of clouds, elements creating visions and figures, inconceivable architectures attracting imagination, sign and metaphor of time purifying thoughts.

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"Le Nuvole", a series made up of seven paintings produced in 2010 is inspired by the movement of clouds, elements creating visions and figures, inconceivable architectures attracting imagination, sign and metaphor of time purifying thoughts.


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#82 LUDMILLA RADCHENKO

Ludmilla Radchenko was born in November 1978 in Omsk, Siberia where she graduated in Fashion Design in 1999. That same year she moved to Italy, where she worked as a model, showgirl and actress ‘till 2008. In 2009, after attending a course at New York Film Academy in the USA she decided to completely dedicate herself to her greatest passion: painting. Ludmilla’s “shouted art” feeds on real life, compositions rich in visual messages, daily life collages with a touch of irony. Since December 2010 her first catalogue “POWER POP” edited by Skira is available in Feltrinelli Libraries. She works for commissions for personalities as i.e. the moto GP champion Jorge Lorenzo, the F1 champion Sebastian Vettel, the singer Jamiroquai. Ludmilla’s creativity goes beyond the limit of canvas and oversteps to fashion and design, spaces customization of environments and decor; from here on start many collaborations with different brands up and Ludmilla also

begins designing her own line of printed scarves with art subjects on exquisite materials under the name “FullART” Made in Italy earning a very positive outcome worldwide. Ludmilla’s art travels from Milan (Triennale Design Museum – Teatro alla Scala – Casa delle Culture del Mondo – Superstudio Più - MiArt, EIDOS Immagini Contemporanee) to Rome (Cow Parade), Lucca (Museo di Arte Contemporanea), Salemi (Museo della Mafia), MonteCarlo (Opera Gallery,Carrè Doré), New York (Crown Fine Art Gallery), Switzerland, Turin (Paratissima), Miami (Ca’ D’Oro Gallery) and to the 54th Venice “Biennale”.

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From PopArt to PopRealism, a necessary step for contemporary art, which to express itself is no longer content with the serial replica of commercial products and mere appearance. PopRealism feeds on real

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life, imbued with reflections, in a world constantly changing in need of certainty and that is, maybe, trying to rediscover itself by slowing down the gaze to details, in the frenzy of everyday life. 134


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PopRealism, analysis and assimilation of the current social challenges. Observation is the watchword inspecting the real earthly dimension in which, each of us, has to live icons, dramas, walks of life, successes and ordinary hopes. A critical view of the world from ultramodern computers to very traditional

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adele ceraudo

Adele Ceraudo, from Cosenza by birth and roman-adopted, is better known as LADY BIC due to her ability to represent the beauty and strength of women using that famous ballpoint pen, with which she draws from childhood, even before learning to write. In her creative process, the artist generally uses multiple snapshots taken by professional photographers under her direction, from which she selects the perfect one to be used as a source of inspiration. She is renowned both in Italy and abroad, published and invited by Academies of Fine Arts and by Universities for her very special and unique “Modus Operandi “ whereby she uses herself as a medium to describe the poetry and power of women. This technique led her to exhibit at the Venice Bienniale in 2011 and in further important events. She is a performer and an exponent, as well as a creator and a designer, she works with internationally renowned photographers and also with emerging young artists.

Over the last few years her focus is on the reinterpretation, in a contemporary perspective and above all with a feminine touch, of the Greatest Masters of Italian Art as Michelangelo, Leonardo, Caravaggio and Bernini combining photography, pen drawing and high technology. Only in exceptional cases she lends herself to the production of portraits of exceptional women as a tribute to female figures who have achieved important goals in various sectors. Additionally, it is common for Adele Ceraudo to embrace and endorse, with her work, social causes, mostly but not limited, to women. She lives and works in Rome where she draws continuously, from the early morning, in her studio located in the heart of the city, in the picturesque Trastevere.

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Being able to read beauty and joy everywhere, bringing them back to the great moment of inspiration, on a sheet of paper, using a Bic pen. Praise and venerate beauty every day and life,

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through the design of the female body; millimeter by millimeter, with the ballpoint pen, leaving no margins for error; with love, patience, wait, honesty and total dedication; in religious and intimate silence at five am, when I am "connected" to something that is higher than human knowledge. Every day with women and for women, and for everyone. What a wonderful gift I received ... and now it's my job, my mission ...

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maria vittoria backhaus

“... I live in Milan, on the Naviglio canal, together with Giorgio and Zeta the dog, but I often go to Filicudi to sense the space. I photograph most things because I am not fond of specialism. I would have liked to become an archivist, but I cannot file all of the pictures I have taken. As a real amateur I would like to always do something else. Vegetable garden, photographic diaries and journals, cooking, exhibitions, gardening, photographic herbariums, decorating and renovating homes and also wallpaper, thus I am always starting something new... “

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"I would have liked to become an archivist, but I cannot file all of the pictures I have taken. As a real amateur I would like to always do something else."

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domitilla bertusi

Domitilla Bertusi was born in Lausanne, Switzerland, in December 1982. When she was 15 she moved to Rome with her family, where she pursued her studies at French High School. After school, undecided between graphics and illustration, she enrolled for the Graphic course at the European Institute of Graphic Design, graduating in three years. During the day she works as a freelance, at evening however she dedicates her time to her passion: drawing. Over time, she decided to drop out of graphic in favor of illustration. In 2012 she published her first book “Mimmi and Momi - A special day� by ElectaKids. In spring 2013 she illustrated Spring / Summer Kids campaign for the site Yoox.com. She lives and works in Rome, with her husband and her two daughters.

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i fiori sospesi 014 - 05 - A

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funghi 014 - 03 - A

funamboli 014 - 02 - A

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le palme 014 - 13 - A

in fondo al mare 014 - 10 - A

domitilla bertusi

il bosco 014 - 07 - A

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subject set - i tre serpenti 014 - 06 - A

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media type

Printed Smooth paper

Smooth paper

It will be possible for you to choose between two different types of paper that will give the image a different impact, both visual and tactile.

Lined paper

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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

is eco-friendly, PVC free, made of cellulose and fiber, fireproof (certified B1); odorless, transpiring, anallergic and waterproof. Dry strippable, it doesn’t damage the plaster and it can easily be removed from walls. has an high resistance to abrasion, scratches, rubbing and cleaning agents. It’s printed with pigmented inks in a suspension of polymeric Latex; those inks are safe, green and lightfast. The combination of solvent

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WALLPAPER HANGING INSTRUCTIONS

free and heavy metals free medias and ecological inks used in the production fulfills all of the strict standards related to human health. Our Wallpaper can be used in hospitals, schools and restaurants; it is Greenguard Children & Schools, UL, AgBB e Nordic Swan certified.

can be used on all indoor surfaces which have to be smooth, clean, dry and firm; remove any previous wallpaper’s layer from the wall, plaster to eliminate holes and imperfections. In case of high absorbent surfaces prepare the wall using a single layer of waterbased glue diluted in an acrylic consoliding fixative. We recommend to measure the wall and to mark, using a plumb line, the width of the 1st sheet so to be sure that it is applied perpendicularly, Sheets, subsequent to the first, will have to be progressively pulled over, without overlapping, so

that they will perfectly correspond. For wall hanging it is advisable to use glue on wall technique; for a professional result we suggest to use Metylan Special glue or equivalent in 1:2 ratio Do not use metal/plastic putty knives because they could damage the surface of the material. It is advisable to use tapestry rubber rolls to remove air bubbles and smooth sheets.; further flatten the edges using joint’s rolls and immediately remove any glue residue from ’s printed surface making use of a soft and slightly wet cloth


Our “Wallpepper� is PVC-free and it complies to Greenguard Children & School standards and AgBB criteria. 1 GREENGUARD Environmental Institute is a developer of standards approved by ANSI (American National Standards Institute), which establishes acceptable standards of pollutants in buildings, ambiances and domestic products. www.greenguard.org 2 AgBB (German Committee for the evaluation of the effects of building products on health) it establishes the basic criteria for the evaluation of building products in Germany, including verification criteria and an evaluation scheme for the emission of VOCs from domestic products.

WALLPEPPER - FINE ART WALL DRESS - Via Forcella 7/13 - 20144 Milan - Italy TEL. +39 02/92.88.5406 - FAX +39 02/92.88.5409 E-MAIIL: info@wallpepper.it - www.wallpepper.it

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