Christopher Pearson brings William Morris’ famous “Willow Boughs” wallpaper (1887) to life using contemporary technology. It’s very subtle. At first glance nothing seems to happen but all of a sudden a bird is fluttering or the leaves start waving and a zebra might enter the scene. The animated wallpaper idiosyncratically expresses Morris’ romantic ideas about nature, arts and crafts.
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