Photoshoot outtakes

Now for the most fun part of our wallpaper photo shoot: the outtakes!

Setting up Trapezoid.

Kat and Molly letting off confetti cannons in front of Precipice.

Kat and Molly mixed most of the paint we used for throwing. Luckily it’s non-toxic washable kid safe paint, since Kat decided she wanted to try eating some. Just kidding – paint was everywhere. It was nearly impossible not to end up putting some in your mouth.

Smoke from the colored smoke bombs lingered in the trees after we set them off. It looked quite eerily beautiful. I kept trying to get a good shot with my iPhone but wasn’t very successful.

Molly was the expert smoke bomb handler.

Kat and I taking shots.

Secrets of paint throwing revealed! Brian is photoshopped out of all the paint throwing images. By the end of the day, he was a paint covered mess.

Again!

Random shot outside with furniture. I felt obligated to do at least one.

Our interns had the pleasure of throwing paint at us at the end of the day.

Carrying the wall to the pool for our final shot -

A group jump into the pool!

2 comments

  • 30 October 2012 at 1:09 pm // Reply

    Love the photos, but how are these saleable/usable for a house? I get your concept, and I’m not philistine: but still???? What in the world would I order?

    • 31 October 2012 at 4:15 pm // Reply

      Thanks for the comment. I’m not sure what you’re asking, but I’d be happy to help you figure out how and where to use any of our wallpapers that you like. There are some photos on the website of wallpaper installed in spaces- for example: http://flatvernacular.com/archives/662 – please feel free to email us and we can send you anything else you need.

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