NEW YORK. Flavor Paper, an international maker of wallpaper designs, now features the award-winning line “Waynetopia,” based on paintings by artist Wayne White. White was raised in Tennessee and maintains close ties to his family and community in Chattanooga.
“Waynetopia” imagery is based on White’s fascination with 19th century scenic landscape painting which he describes as both elegant and rich in fantasy. The landscapes also incorporate White’s signature contemporary word painting. Waynetopia is available in two scenes, sunrise and sunset, or a combination, and reach 10 feet in height. The scenes were originally created in his home’s dining room.
Intrigued? Read more about Wayne White in our previous Nashville Interiors’ feature HERE. Don’t miss our link to his bio film, “Beauty is Embarrassing.” We found the film genuine and inspiring.
Wayne White was also a featured designer this summer at Fishs Eddy, at 19th and Broadway in New York. White’s signature word art is available on cool serving trays. If wallpaper is not your thing, a Wayne White word tray might be.
You can purchase the Wayne White trays from Fishs Eddy HERE.
Enjoy these “Waynetopia” fantasy-scape images courtesy of Flavor Paper, now available for purchase.