Using rollers to re-create historic patterns

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Using rollers to re-create historic patterns

Decorating walls using old patterns from historic paint rollers is a great alternative to wallpaper. Tobias Ott from Obernberg has rediscovered the art of the paint roller. He uses traditional patterns and brings back an exciting form of pattern making on fabrics, walls, paper and ceramics.

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Photographer: © living4media / Craven, Dorothea
Feature No.:11972495
Topic:Do it yourself

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