Uzu (spiral water in Japanese) pays
homage to 17th century Japanese ceramics
Jagged Agate is an abstract interpretation of the patterns formed by cut agate rock
Yamanoma (hillside in Japanese) evokes the spirit of 16th century Japanese screens
Renjyu (spiral repeat in Japanese) is inspired by Japanese Neolithic pottery designs circa 2,000 B.C.
Giant Onion is an abstract geometric celebration of the
Acoma This lively pattern is inspired by Pueblo Indian ceramic water jars circa 1,000 A.D.
The wallpapers are hand-block-printed in Brooklyn (where the blocks were hand carved) in water-based inks on recycled and renewable paper.
Adrienne collaborated with photographer Don Freeman and stylist Becky Hubbert on the images below for which they bound books with her new wallpapers (the bindings were done in a traditional Japanese technique).