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May 2018- Houston

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47 A nthropologie t u r n s f l o r a a n d f a u n a , monkeys, and birds into an unruly garden, spilling over with overblown renditions and sultry hues on wallpapers and murals. In a capsule collaboration with beloved British label House of Hackney and the William Morris Gallery, Artemis draws on the natural world, $298 per roll. And, in the six-panel mural Garden Chinoiserie, Anthro ThE UNTeNDeD GARDeN I n the world of Damien Hirst, masses of beetles, winged insects, butterflies, and prescription drugs make for beautiful and provocative art. While his original works go for millions, his wallpapers are more attainable and every bit as beguiling. Sold mostly through galleries, Hirst wallpapers range from $325 to $850 per roll and are based on his original works. Entemology is a version of his 2009 painting with a kaleidoscopic view of insects. Pharmacy 2 updates wallpaper that Hirst created for the London restaurant Pharmacy, depicting a repeating grid of prescription pills. The Rape of Persephone is based on one of his most famous works using butterfly wings, which fetched $8.5 million in 2000. By appointment through Kristy Stubbs Gallery, Dallas, A FLY ON collaborates with the revered Voutsa hand-painted wallpaper and textile company in New York City, $228. All papers and murals available online, The WaLL Above, from top: Damien Hirst's Etymology; Pharmacy 2. Right, from top: Artemis, House of Hackney x William Morris collaboration; Garden Chinoiserie mural from Voutsas, both at Anthropologie.

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