I was noodling around through a blog written by a friend of mine, Ted Dillard (the blog is for Parrot Digigraphic) and I came across this article about printing wallpaper that I thought was just fascinating. I don’t hear a whole lot of talk about this topic, but I think it is still well worth investigating.
Here’s a snip and a link:
“Yes, indeed… anything you can print on a large inkjet printer you can also print as wallpaper! Real, live, highest quality wallpaper! One of our little-known media is a product that’s a bright white, opaque, water resistant, latex reinforced wet strength paper. It has a high white point giving you a wide color gamut similar to many photo-quality media. It’s a matte surface, and it’s water and scratch resistant and will last longer than the wall it’s on… and it can be applied to walls with standard wallpaper paste or adhesive.This media stands up to the highest standards of photo reproduction – yet, is a match for even a premium wallpaper stock. Except, you create the pattern… more