When he was in his seventies, Henri Matisse took scissors to paper, delineating movement and joy with the simplest of lines—and forever changing how we think about color and form. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the French art master’s birth, MuralsWallpaper adapts those cutout techniques for vertical surfaces with the Human Form collection. The bodies in Postures are so limber they might be practicing yoga among breezy iterations of the sun and moon; the pastel pink palette is equally calming. Pose and Figure enlarge the scale, while the colorway Electric Night dials up the intensity in a cerulean nod to Matisse’s “Blue Nudes.” All are digitally printed with water-based toner on paper sourced from FSC-regulated forests.
MuralsWallpaper Honors Henri Matisse With Human Form Collection
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