Blue Paper Wall Decor(44 items)
Welcome to the Blue Paper Wall Decor Collection at NOVICA.
Somyot Sawasdee Recycled paper sculptures
"I began to think seriously about my own design work. I started to design new items by using various types of waste or scrap wood, paper, glass, cans, and coconut shell."
"I did not work in the area that I had studied after I graduated, though I did work in design and advertising and it was... read more
Popular Blue Paper Wall Decor
African Folk Art Threadwork Wall Art Handmade in Ghana, "Xylophone Player Sings"$57.99
An African xylophone player sings his heart out, lost in the music and the moment. Ernestina Oppong Asante creates the image by hand from cotton thread on card stock. She applies one thread at a time with diligent care for detail as she works with a palette that includes tan, brown, blue and black on an ecru background.
Sleepy Cat Wall Adornment Handmade Recycled Paper Sculpture, "Cat Nap"$39.99
Paws tucked under and tail curled, this fortunate cat is ready for a nap. Thailand's Somyot Sawasdee designs and sculpts the sleepy feline by hand, masterfully recycling paper with cement. The Thai artist finishes the wall sculpture with green and gold paint, creating the illusion of an aged bronze piece. Features a hook on the back.
Reaching towards sapphire skies, flowers are a sight to behold. They grow in Cerrado, in the Brazilian state of Goiás. "Cerrado is home to a vast biodiversity, creating amazing landscapes," confides João Paulo Barbosa with evident admiration for the location. "Native to the region and seducing to the eye, this flower enchants by its exoticism."
Featuring a white border, the photograph is printed on Crystal Archive Fuji paper.
'View of Pedra Bonita'$29.99
Stretching toward Africa, the Atlantic sends rolling swells to break against Pedra Bonita, the easternmost point of land in Rio de Janeiro. To the right, the São Conrado neighborhood hugs the sandy beach. Robson Sicuro selects an unusual perspective to conjure the vastness of the ocean and the city's symbiosis with the sea.
Color photograph on opaque Kodak Professional paper, titled "Vista da Pedra bonita" in Portuguese. It features a mat border of 3mm Parané paper, hand-painted with acrylic ink.