Architectural design: Brownstoner by Flavor Paper

Designed by Brooklyn-based artist Ian “Hydeon” Ferguson, Brownstoner has an architectural design inspired by old Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Designed by Brooklyn-based artist Ian “Hydeon” Ferguson, Brownstoner has an architectural design inspired by old Brooklyn neighborhoods. Photo credit: Flavor Paper

Flavor Paper has launched Brownstoner, a new line of wallpapers.

Designed by Brooklyn-based artist Ian “Hydeon” Ferguson, Brownstoner has an architectural design inspired by old Brooklyn neighborhoods like Bed Stuy and Crown Heights. New York details in the design include pediments and pizza shops, fire escapes and cafes.

Brownstoner comes in black and white, which makes the wallpaper resemble Ferguson’s original ink drawings. Like all Flavor Paper wallcoverings, Brownstoner is printed on PVC-free, FSC-certified, partly recycled paper.

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