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Wonderfully Whimsically Witty Wallpaper By Graphic Designer Aimee Wilder.

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From Sumo Wrestlers and Samurai to Koi and Candy, the selection of wallpapers by graphic designer Aimee Wilder will make you smile and add some wit to any environment. Bold and graphic, her wallpaper designs come in either repeating icons and animals or bold graphic patterns. It's a little like Marimekko meets Escher.

above: Sumo Wrestlers Wallpaper

They can be used in bright colors on an accent wall or in subtler colors for an entire room. Trendy images like robots, kokeshi dolls and analog electronics are great for kids' rooms while damask patterns, nature inspired images and abstract designs can work in any room or office.

First, some examples in situ:

She has a huge selection available in multiple colorways. Below are examples of the icons and patterns.


Abstracted Patterns:

Aimée Wilder is a New York-based artist and graphic designer. After graduating from The Art Institute of Chicago in 2001, Aimée moved back to her native New York and began her career working in house for several firms including Designspace, Dwell, and Martha Stewart Living. Aimée has designed a wide range of pieces including bedding, wall treatments, fashion accessories and footwear. Her designs have been featured on products for Crate and Barrel, Urban Outfitters, Dwell & DwellBaby, MTV Cribs, Skip Hop, Toggs of Australia and most recently Vans.

Aimée currently works on a contract basis for clients and manages the design and development of her wallpaper line.

You can see all of her wallpaper and some other items here.

To inquire about products, services, rates, etc. please email them at


Rachel S said...

Great post, like always! I am very much impresses with your work..

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