above: A close-up detail of the Los Angeles wall mural by eBoy
Looking for something vibrant, different and well, just plain wild to cover your walls? Then eBoy's special wall murals may be just the thing for that playroom or office.
above: A close-up detail of the Tokyo wall mural by eBoy
eBoy, the group of three graphic artists known for their pixelated illustrations and various collaborations [Coca Cola, and Adobe amongst other well-known brands] has designed cityscape wall murals of London, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Berlin, New York, Paris and Tokyo for Wallpaper Republic. Also available are their pixelated people in a wallpaper named "Peecol" and some graphic pixelated repeat pattern designs. Not for those who favor subtlety.
Los Angeles, details:
New York, details:
The wall murals are available in 3 sizes and other wallpaper designs by eBoy are available as well. Buy them here.
eBoy was founded in 1997 by Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Sven Smital with the acquisition of the eBoy.com domain. The basic idea driving eBoy was the embracement of the new possibilities of the emerging digital world. The decision to directly work on and for the screen led to the use of pixels. A modular based work system started to evolve and resulted in complex object rich artwork. eBoy is lucky to have worked with some of the finest clients and partners. Among them are Adidas, Coca Cola, Pepsi, Paul Smith, DKNY, Kidrobot, MTV, The New York Times, Wired Magazine and many, many more. eBoy currently is based in Berlin/Germany and in Vancouver/Canada.
Wallpaper Republic of Australia is yet another wonderful wallpaper company who collaborates with artists to create wall coverings that are not mass-produced. Like Rollout of Canada, they have many styles of artwork by artists from all over the world, which has been printed as wallpaper that can be purchased from their online store here.
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