Disintegration

Wallpaper by Merenda Wallpaper seen at Dobbin Street, Brooklyn - Disintegration
Wallpaper by Merenda Wallpaper seen at Dobbin Street, Brooklyn - DisintegrationWallpaper by Merenda Wallpaper seen at Dobbin Street, Brooklyn - DisintegrationWallpaper by Merenda Wallpaper seen at Dobbin Street, Brooklyn - Disintegration
Dobbin Street, Brooklyn, NY
Disintegration, named after an album by The Cure, is a collage of photographs taken during days of walking through the streets of Havana, arranged in and filled with textures that are dissolving and reemerging in triangular forms. One of my favorite things about Havana’s architecture was the way that people used what they had to create patterns. By using pieces of broken tile and plaster, and recycling what was around them, people created compositions of playful colors that work off of one another, creating vibrant mosaics.

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"MERENDA WALLPAPER is a New York-based contemporary wallpaper design, manufacturing and installation studio inspired by near and far away lands, graffiti, tattoo art, abandoned buildings, underground history and the impermanence of all things.

The design process ranges from photography to rubbings, illustration and painting, sparking viewers' imaginations of what came before, what will come after, what is beneath, and perhaps to catch a glimpse of how Nature always prevails."

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