Emmanuel Bossuet, ‘Dandelion Wallpaper’, 2012, Armel Soyer
Emmanuel Bossuet, ‘Dandelion Wallpaper’, 2012, Armel Soyer
Emmanuel Bossuet, ‘Dandelion Wallpaper’, 2012, Armel Soyer
Emmanuel Bossuet, ‘Dandelion Wallpaper’, 2012, Armel Soyer

The name Dandelion with its botanical reference (i.e. Taraxacum dens leonis) also refers to its french etymology : the lion’s tooth.
As a tribute to the prominence of floral design within ornamental tradition, it bears the fluidity of florescence in what is intended as a genuine composition of vegetal cosmogony. But this dominoted paper, rectilinear and extremely structured with its inlaid zoomorphic references may somehow reveal the cranium of an heraldic beast amidst its Flora Fantastica.
Conceived as a modular model, it also allows for various combinations : the system is never captivated.

Manufacturer: Atelier d'Offard