Mix the irresistibly shiny with the dark and deadly, and you’ve got some subversive design on your hands. New Orleans-based Flavor Paper’s ‘Sharp Descent’ wallpaper is evil but good – a rain of dangerous metallic weapons glinting at you from a colour-saturated, seductive background. Also new is the altogether less evil ‘Shore Leave’, featuring saucy ladies and other things that sailors on a day off like to look at. If you want to find out how they do things at Flavor Paper, Cool Hunting made a film about the firm earlier this year: see it here.
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