Happy Butterfly Day Wallpaper by Andy Warhol x Flavor Paper
Warhol created ‘Happy Butterfly Day’ in 1955 using his blotted-line technique. It was Andy’s first foray into repetitive images, which would become one of his trademark methods. It is rumoured that the watercolors might have been added at one of Warhol’s coloring parties at the fashionable Serendipity 3 café, which might explain the variance that makes the piece so interesting. We took Andy’s original and made it repeat to look like a butterfly, which also creates a beautiful kaleidoscopic effect on the wall.
Flavor Paper has a 3 roll purchase minimum.
- Made in Brooklyn by Flavor Paper
- Design: Andy Warhol / Flavor Paper
- Paper: Removable EZ Pape
- Match: Straight across
- Pattern Repeat: 15.6"
- 3 rolls minimum purchase required
- Roll Dimensions:
- W 24" x L 252" (21')
- Hand printed to order, lead time 4-6 weeks
Please note: We cannot be responsible for incorrect quantities ordered. A professional installer can provide you with exact quantities required. Wallpaper installation is a serious craft and it takes many years of practice and experience to become a master hanger. Flavor Paper prints on some finicky materials with confusing matches and layouts, so we HIGHLY recommend using a professional installer.
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Samples are to aid in purchase decisions and represent the final print however they may not contain all aspects of a design or may contain text or scaled images.