I have to thank my friend and artist Jennifer Squires for reminding me of this wonderfully inspired wallpaper that made her think of Art Wall. I remember bookmarking something similar a few weeks back, and it turns out they are two different styles. The first two images are of Taylor and Wood's "Frames Wallpaper," available through Graham & Brown. The third image is of Lisa Bengtsson's "Familjen Wallpaper," which can be purchased through Le Souk. I love them both for different reasons. Ms. Bengtsson's is a little more graphic and refined while the Taylor and Woods option is whimsical and looks handmade. I've been thinking of papering a few spaces in my home with something black and white, perhaps I've stumbled on the perfect thing. I think I'd be a little too scared to draw directly in the frames--they are so beautiful as is, I wouldn't want any regrets. One option would be to purchase an extra roll (or just use scraps) to craft handmade frames with chipboard made bookbinding-style. You could either place the new frames directly on their "walled" counterpart or mix it up a bit willy-nilly. Which one do you favor?