Gorgeously graphic wallpaper that gets our vote

Playful, graphic and colourful - the new wallpaper collection by Erica Jacobson – it's a 'yes' from us.

IN MY MIND is a graphic and expressive wallpaper collection created by the Swedish illustrator and designer Erica Jacobson.

Erica studied at Konstfack University and works in Stockholm, illustrating and designing everything from posters, children’s books, theatre posters, and book covers.

Erica Jacobson at her desk.

The wallpaper collection consists of seven unique patterns in clear and vibrant colours – and is accompanied by nine posters.

Erica gives us a glimpse into her exuberant material world, filled with colourful patterns that radiate joy and energy. Her intuitive sense of colour and form has become her distinguishing trait and her characteristic expression emerges in every wallpaper pattern

Palm Trees wallpaper by Erica Jacobson, £29 per sq m, Photowall.

Patterns feature a modern yet retro look inspired by Niki de Saint Phalle, Matisse and classic Vogue covers from the 30s.

In Bloom wallpaper by Erica Jacobson, £29 per sq m, Photowall.

Each wallpaper pattern is hand-drawn and has been created from Erica’s black and white drawings, which she then digitally colours.

Space wallpaper by Erica Jacobson, £29 per sq m, Photowall.

With their cheerful shapes and warm colours, IN MY MIND creates a dramatic work of art and a fun conversation starter.

Erica says, ‘I wanted the wallpapers to feel handmade. For every brush and pen stroke to convey a living expression. I make several black and white drawings to give myself a quantity to choose from. Most often, it is the sketchier drawings that come out best, because they are somewhat unconscious. If you try to correct them and do them “properly,” it is easy to lose the feeling in the expression.’

Rosebush wallpaper by Erica Jacobson, £29 per sq m, Photowall.

Let your wallpaper fill the room with a whole new energy and joy of life – the trend for colour and print is here to stay.

Available at photowall.co.uk

Why not wallpaper the smallest room?

Find ideas for wallpaper in cloakrooms and bathrooms here. 

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