We produce eco-friendly, PVC-free commercial grade wallcoverings suitable for high-traffic projects. Our odorless inks meet the highest standards of environmental responsibility and we offer a variety of high-traffic and Type II performance wallpaper grounds. Our FSC Certified Type II commercial wallpaper grounds can support LEED credits and are REACH compliant. Our ASTM-E84, VOC-free natural wallpaper grounds are also sought after for high end commercial spaces.
Kelly Wearstler, Santa Monica Proper Hotel
It is always an honor to work with Kelly Wearstler. We loved bringing her vision to fruition with this earthy, floral custom printed sisal grasscloth wallpaper which now adorns the guest room walls of the Santa Monica Proper Hotel.
University of Iowa Children's Hospital
Gallerist Kenise Barnes garnered twenty2's help to realize artist Mary Judge's work as wallpaper murals for this uplifting install at the University of Iowa's Children's Hospital. This captivating mural was printed on a PVC commercial grade material ideal for healthcare environments.
Kendra Scott, Retail Stores
Jewelry designer Kendra Scott designs all of her products out of her studio in Austin, Texas. The Kendra Scott team came to us with a stack of notebooks, chronicling the design process, in hopes of telling the jewelry’s inception story to their retail customers. Working with the gorgeous sketches, we had the pleasure of designing and producing the wallcoverings that now outfit the walls of Kendra Scott’s brick and mortar stores.
Kellogg’s, New York City, Designed by The Inside
We were thrilled to team up with Christiane Lemieux’s direct-to-consumer furniture brand, The Inside, on this colorful Kellogg’s cereal experience in the heart of Union Square in New York City. The Fruit Loop wallpaper served as a familiar backdrop for this unique branded space in the heart of New York City.
Rough Trade, Record Shop, Brooklyn NY
One of our earliest projects as digital printers, we still think about this custom wallpaper for the Guardian Green Room at Rough Trade, the independent UK record store’s first US outpost in Brooklyn. This branded paper covers the walls in their multi-purpose interactive digital lounge built in a shipping container.