Damien Hirst’s iconic butterfly print, one of his most recognizable, has been converted into a wallpaper for residential and commercial use. Featuring dozens of species of butterflies, the insects have been arranged in a manner to mimic the formation of a kaleidoscopic vision. The dizzying pattern fortifies the hobbyist trend, most prevalent during the Victorian era, of globe-trekking in search of fauna and flora from around the planet. Further inspiration can be found in the psychedelic era of the ’60s, where music and art spurred cultural change.
Also, be sure to check out Hirst’s Newport Gallery in London, which recently opened its doors.