Today’s NYTimes, in the House & Home section, describes a way to display many pictures, the ones no one sees because they’re buried in albums, without “buying hundreds of frames”: create wallpaper out of those pictures. The creator photographed hundreds of actual frames against a white wall, then digitally inserted the photos into the images of the frames. Then, from this, they had a custom wallpaper firm create wallpaper. The article goes on to tell you how to do the same at FedExKinko’s using a color photocopier to and gluing the results to your wall. Not nearly as nice, and I’m sure there’s an intermediate process between the expensive custom approach they describe and the photocopier. But interesting.
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