Calico Wallpaper Plays with Light and Patterns in Their Newest Endeavor, Glow
The New York–based wallpaper outfit founded by Rachel and Nick Cope, Calico Wallpaper, has long been inspired by global art practices, including traditional ones from Japan and Turkey. Their newest endeavor, Glow, is inspired by artists closer to home—including Light and Space legend (and California native) James Turrell. Squint and you can see vast fields of pale-colored bands gracing the wallpaper designs. Six colorways include the pink-tinted Flame and the gray-and-mauve Gleam, as well as Lumen, Float, Crosslight, and Bend. The product was created by experimenting with collage, mixing vellum and translucent Lucite, to create a distinctive and welcoming play of light and pattern.
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