'Disorder in Stasis' is a conceptual triptych wallpaper taken from an original piece of art by Joel Weaver.
Here Joel explains the story behind 'Disorder in Stasis'. Video taken at Decorex 2019:
The Triptych comprises of two superwide panels Passerine I and II, and 'Feldspar', a striped paper available as a wide 10m roll.
Read more about the intriguing story behind this design in our blog post.
'Disorder in Stasis - Feldspar' (Available on a continuous 10m roll)
Incredibly, the original striped artwork for Feldspar was draw by hand by Joel Weaver, with the two originals measuring over 2m x 1m. Each precise line has been drawn by pen, with the fading corresponding to the ink running out and the darker lines indicating where a new pen has been started. The edge detail shows the end of each hand drawn line. The paper is designed to retain its white border which includes Joel's signature.
'Disorder in Stasis - Feldspar' can be used horizontally or vertically to create a unique statement either with or without the panels.
Disorder in Stasis Passerine I and II superwide wallpaper panels
These panels originate from the blotting paper that Joel used to clean his pen as he came to the end of each line whilst drawing Feldspar. The enlarged panels are a unique abstract work in which fingerprints and scribbles are clearly visible.
Please note that this paper is made to order and there is an 8 week order time.
Joel Weaver studied at Leeds College of Art and the University of Northumbria, then completed a one year fellowship in drawing where he received the prestigious Mike Holland Memorial Drawing Prize. This year he was nominated for the Kleinwort Hambros Emerging Artist prize. He has worked as a studio assistant for Ryan Gander, Damien Hirst and Carlos Rolon alongside developing his own unique art practice.
Joel's fabric 'Between Certainty and Oblivion' linen was featured in Elle Decoration.