The New Higher-Impact Way to Hang Art
"'The individual images draw you in,' said another New York designer, Richard Mishaan, 'and when you stop looking closely, they become a wallpaper.' He hung 12 photos by Massimo Vitali in a client's dining nook. The shots-- from crowded Italian beaches to Alpine resorts-- share an overexposed, sun-faded quality that unites the group. Any thread, such as genre or color scheme, can unify botanical prints, 19th-century silhouettes, even vintage wallpaper samples."
Richard Mishaan, The Wall Street Journal 2017