stencil 101 decorby Ed Roth
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DIY Interior Decorating
Whether it's glam chain motifs on a wall or bold geometrics on a wood floor or a funky houndstooth pattern for a fridge, these durable, reusable and recyclable stencils are sure to make a big impact. Each design is meant to be tiled -- simply line up each corner's registration marks to get a paint-your-own wallpaper effect. A quick, easy and low-cost way to give any interior a more modern edge. Photos, project ideas and instructions included. Created by graphic designer Ed Roth. Printed in China.
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- 100% recycled paper label stock, plastic
- 11" L x 11.6" W; 12 pages; 10 die-cut plastic stencils
- the maker
Graphic designer Ed Roth's stencils have been praised by many, including Martha Stewart, ReadyMade, and the New York Times.
Stencil1 is a Brooklyn-based brand founded in 2005 by graphic designer Ed Roth. Born out of his interest in graffiti art and nostalgia from his upbringing in the New York area, Stencil1 is on the fast track to becoming one of the hottest brands creating products for the urban market today.
Stencil1 recently released its first collection of reusable graffiti stencils featuring popular iconic and eclectic images from the 70s and 80s ranging from turntables and go-go girls to semi-trucks and joysticks. The stencils are pre-cut on heavy duty Mylar. They can be used to customize anything from walls and furniture to t-shirts.
All stencil designs are original artwork of Ed Roth and are copyright protected.
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Comments about STENCIL 101 DECOR:
This will definitely have you looking for items to stencil. We're choosing a pattern for our wall and I'm considering using a pattern on a side table. Definitely gets the creative juices flowing!