Celebrating the 115 year anniversary of the revolutionary first plane craft flight by the Wright Brothers on 17th December 1903, this wall mural is inspired by ...
If walls could talk...
The face line drawing trend appears on a large, mural scale for the first time in this MuralsWallpaper collection.
With roots in statement jewellery and runway make-up, the minimal line drawing trend of the moment will remind you of Matisse and Picasso pieces, and is all about a new-found appreciation for the human form in art and design.
The shapes that make each person's facial features unique compose this collection of continuous line illustration murals, where the artist has drawn without taking her pen off the paper. The result? A set of spontaneous wall designs that capture peoples' fluidity through a sculptural yet free flow of lines.
Face the movement
Everyone is bored of traditional beauty. The rise of body and face line art appearances in the design world reflects an era of body positivity and praising peoples' uniqueness in the real world, stepping away from the notion of perfection.
The line drawings trend focuses on the human form, inspired by the abstract art movement that challenged perceptions and the norm by depicting peoples' features as distorted and misshapen, in a familiar and expressive way.
The continuous line drawing moments that created these MuralsWallpaper designs let the unique features of each face flow from the pen in one sweeping movement. It can be a messy method of drawing, and the faces may not end up how you planned - but that's where the beauty lies!
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