At long last, it’s here! Wallpaper that is.
If I had a dollar for every time someone who bought one of my scarves said, “you should print this on wallpaper,” I could have already wallpapered my own house in gold (instead it’s now wallpapered with my own designs). Problem solved because it’s now available on my shop.
Each standard roll of this woven wallpaper is 2′ wide by 12′ long and printed in the US. The material is eco-friendly and contains no formaldehyde, phthalates, or PVC. The self-adhesive backing is mess-free, repositionable during installation, durable, and easily removable (pretty much perfect, right?). Rolls cut to a custom length can be ordered to fit your specific space and minimize waste. Simply send your wall dimensions to me at ashley (at) ashleycecil (dot) com for a quote.This pattern, titled Museum Flora and Fauna, features birds, bugs, and botany from Pittsburgh museums including Phipps, the National Aviary, and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
This pattern, titled Extinct Birds, is my newest creation. I was inspired to make the original artwork of bird species lost forever after reading Elizabeth Kolbert’s Sixth Extinction. And this beauty is one of three color versions of a pattern of nursing mammals, which I developed during my artist residency at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.