Flat Vernacular

01 February 11

I'm totally in love with Flat Vernacular, a collaboration between Brooklyn based artists Payton Cosell Turner and Brian Kaspr. The wallpaper above called "Too much stuff"could even be used as an irl version of Little Things for ipad, which particularly pleases me.

I originally discovered Flat Vernacular via Payton's personal work, where I fell for her custom sticker "wallpapers". Major why didn't I think of THAT moment, right there. So clever and fun! I mean, everyone loves stickers right? When I was 9ish our whole school was sticker crazy, so I'm sure I'm not the only one who has fond memories of sticker collecting (and all the arbitrary rules for why some stickers were more desirable, like if they had coloured backs or were fuzzy or holographic naturally).

Anyway, Flat Vernacular officially launches in may, but they're selling an excellent selection of wallpapers  and custom sticker pieces on their site already.

All images from Flat Vernacular, apart from the last from Payton.

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I think this is quite possibly the cutest wall paper I’ve ever seen. I like the incongruous elements of each design. If I have a kid, I wouldn’t mind wallpapering his/her room in this.

XX.
Mae Lu, @ thereafterish.

Mae Lu replied over 9 years ago.

I ADORE this!!! Wow!! So fantastic and original. I would love to buy some…my house needs MAJOR redecorating and Ms. Turner’s wallpaper is just the touch it needs!

Rae replied over 9 years ago.

Oh wow looks amazing!

Gabija replied over 9 years ago.

the coolest wallpaper i’ve ever seen!

Jay Harun replied over 9 years ago.

omg the wall stickers remind me of willy wonka!

xo
sami

sami replied over 9 years ago.

This is sooo cool! Such a neat and uncommon idea :)

Biaa replied over 9 years ago.

wow…amazing work. i love it as wallpaper! i used to love my family’s patterned wallpapers because i would notice different things every time i saw it…this would keep kids and grandkids interested every visit, ha.

lizzie [love your way] replied over 9 years ago.

Wow! That wallpaper is incredible.

Kate replied over 9 years ago.

Amazing. I love the use of small familiar objects to make kaleidoscope-esque patterns.

Vanessa replied over 9 years ago.

yes! i’ve seen the sticker art awhile back – so awesome! thanks for sharing

cheers! julie

Julie replied over 9 years ago.

my eyes grew wide at the beauty of this post!!!!
j.

Jennifer replied over 9 years ago.

Adorable! That wallpapaer is heaven!

Camila F. replied over 9 years ago.

This wallpaper is so cute, I love how its a modern twist on an old style – from a distance it looks like every other wallpaper but close up you realise it much specialer.

Jennifer replied over 9 years ago.

these are beautiful! xo joanna

joanna goddard replied over 9 years ago.

wow, these are fabulous. at first I though they were desktop wallpapers :) cause they would do a great job as just that ;))

daria replied over 9 years ago.

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Wow! I would never have problems getting to sleep in a horrible boring way, if I had that “Too much stuff” wallpaper besides my bed…!
Keep up the good work with your blog.
/Sandra aka. The Wild Pony ;)

Sandra Engen replied over 9 years ago.

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Pattern Pulp - Friday Quick Links! replied over 9 years ago.

what wonderful patterns!

cait replied over 9 years ago.

Great Pattern.

Naste Magazine replied over 9 years ago.

Cool wallpaper. And I loved stickers! Actually, I’m not gonna lie, I still do. I have to resist the urge majorly every time I get around anything cute, sparkly, and stickable:)

Mary replied over 9 years ago.

Love the cute little drawings on the wallpaper….
Karen
PaperFancy.com

Karen at PaperFancy.com replied over 9 years ago.

i think im a little bit in love with your blog

Jessica à paris replied over 9 years ago.

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The First Milestone | The Purplest House replied over 8 years ago.

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