British designer and reigning queen of punk Vivienne Westwood has put her artistic talents to work on a series of wallpaper designs. Westwood collaborated with Cole & Sons on the series which drew inspiration from the signature prints and patterns that she has employed throughout her long career and translating them into wallpaper designs.
“It is good when my ideas get carried over into other artistic media. This collection is a perfect opportunity to be able to work with a heritage company like Cole & Son and to see my ideas from fashion translated into the world of interiors and wallpaper,” said Westwood in a press release.
The Squiggle print, first featured in Westwood’s 1981/1982 Pirate collection, is one of the many designs that have been translated for the series. Two other designs, the tartan print and Union Jack symbol, were also developed into wallpaper. Both have become synonymous with Westwood’s name and designs.
Each print comes in a variety of color combinations. The full collection can be seen at ColeAndSon.com.