The graphical screen prints of Miss Wakerly have sat on a lot of peoples to do lists for a while now. Her wallpaper prints comprise of finely tranquil linear ingredients of either solid or geometric subject matter, which impart either an illustrative or immaculate contemporary edge to interiors.
The developing Wakerly wallpaper range
With an expanding range of wallpaper and fabrics, and accredited internal installations under her belt, Ericas body of work really is a welcome addition considering the recent backdrop of ordinary, re-hashed classic textile projects that are currently occupying the commercial marketplace. Without an impulsive floral in site, Ericas body of work is accomplished, minimal, and conversely often drawn by hand, bestowing an individual design aesthetic to the frequently mundane world of some interior wallpapers.
Heralding from a classic graphic design background, Wakerly studied at the Royal College of Art in London, perfecting her illustrative fashion through the process of screen printing to bring life to her body of work, which would likely otherwise be confined to a very much more limited scale.
Exploiting the potency of almost tracing all over a wall, Ericas hand traced pattern trend lends to absorbing pattern formations of foliage in her seminal Wakerly Hothouse collection, and in more domesticated product topic as in her Homes wallpaper, where commonplace household targets merge in concert in a fashion evocative of 1950s Americana.
In Ericas Construct wallpaper, a short and comparable piece of work in the product design workshop at the Royal College, where assessing instruments and angular rulers drift in blank space. The wallpaper Houses searches the numerous frontages of a British towns architecture, in a design that you could well gaze at for hours.