This is exciting! Here is another wallpaper worth checking out.
We looked at a very interesting and unique wallpaper style/technique in the previous post Wallpaper design. No, not for your desktop. Now here is another one you might like.
This is a heat sensitive wallpaper. It appears to be partially painted with a heat sensitive paint that only shows up at a certain temperature. I have to say, the flower print isn’t exactly something I’d put in my living room, but the technique is quite exciting.
This is the wallpaper in its “neutral” state:
And here it is with the heater turned on:
The additional flowers are printed with paint that’s unvisible to the eye up to a certain temperature. Sweet!
At this point, this technique still seems to be an experimental project by the Chinese designer Shi Yuan who recently graduated from the University of Portsmouth (UK) in communication design.
Here are some more images from the project:
I love the idea of this innovative project. It should be developed into a product series. Could you imagine furnishing your place with such a wallpaper?