Roy Lichtenstein was one of the most influential and innovative artists of the second half of the twentieth century. In a rigorously manual process, he used perforated templates to replicate and often exaggerate the dot patterning commonly used in printing imagery. Known as Ben-Day dots, this patterning became a signature element of his style, which incorporated the look of mechanical reproduction into the fine-art world of painting.
Art and Design history proved an enduringly rich field for Lichtenstein’s style. He made Impressionism, in his words, “industrial” and painted in almost exclusively primary colors outlined in solid black, with space described in planes of unmodulated color, stripes, and Ben-Day dots. We celebrate the pioneering work of Roy Lichtenstein and present a new wallpaper collection of high quality textured plains, designed by The Trendsetter Studio. With these amazing wall coverings, the walls enjoy much better protection than paint. Their resilience ensures they will stand up to standard wear and tear, and the three-dimensional appearance helps conceal any damage that may occur - an important matter for any interior project.