We're so jazzed to finally, and officially, reveal the latest Juju Papers collection, Graffito

In creating the four new designs that make up Graffito, Juju Papers designer Avery Thatcher was inspired by mark-making. Says Avery of the collection "Graffito explores the simple power of mark-making, tracing all the way back to those who scratched pictograms on walls, caves and bones. The patterns in the collection are united by their glyphic, graphic qualities: gestural, non-fussy abstractions of such varied inspirations as handwriting, a star-lit sky or masonry wall.”

Graffito is a beautiful compliment to past Juju collections, contrasting painterly lines, dots and dashes with sumptuous metallic inks used in the screen printing process. In fact, within the four new designs there are fifteen new colorways available! Let's meet them, shall we?

The Pearl: eccentrically-drawn and arrayed shapes abstract a stone mason’s hand-constructed wall.  Four two-tone metallic colorways: Gold on Cream, Gold on Charcoal, Diamonds and Pearls on Cream, Gunmetal on Blush

 

Pavlova: delicate overlapping curves, arcs and bends.  Named for the Russian ballerina, famous for her sylphlike appearance, grace of movement and expressive nature.  Three duo-tone metallic colorways: Gunmetal on Cream, Diamonds and Pearls on Cream, Gold on Cream.  

Dusk: minutely-scaled squares and rectangles imprecisely scattered; they appear animated, as sparkling stars or glitter in a rock quarry. Two two-tone metallic colorways: Gold on Cream, Gold on Charcoal.

Bomba: improvisational composition of lively scribbles, dashes, zig zags, waves, and scrawling lines.  Thatcher took her cues from handwritten signatures, the ultimate individual mark-making. Five two-tone metallic colorways: Gold on Cream, Gold on Charcoal, Diamonds and Pearls on Cream, Gunmetal on Navy, Gunmetal on Blush, Gunmetal on Cream.

 

With so many beautiful new choices it's hard to pick a favorite but we have no doubt that whichever you choose, it will be a perfect addition to your space!

 

April 25, 2017 by Allison Burt-Tilden