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Introducing Flag Art Wall Decals from Bruce Stanfield - Meet the Artist! 0

Bruce Stanfield Art Decals

The team at My Wonderful Walls has been fortunate to partner with some amazing artists across the globe to expand their wall decal collections. We have licensed art from abstract painters, photographers, digital artists and more, each with a unique style and body of work. One such artist we recently partnered with is Ontario artist Bruce Stanfield whose bold flag art has made a perfect addition to our existing wall decals.

If you love flag art or want to show off your patriotism in a fun way, you’ll want to check out this new collection of wall stickers including vintage and authentic designs. Those in the U.S. might like the United States Flag Wall Decal featuring the stars and stripe in bright blue, red and white. Canadians will find their beloved maple leaf in the National Flag of Canada Wall Sticker and anyone from Brazil will love showing off their Latin pride with this National Flag of Brazil Wall Decal. There are many more designs from countries across the globe as well. These flag design wall decals are produced with the same great tear resistant fabric we use for all of our wall decals. They are easy to apply, easy to reposition and won’t destroy your walls.

Bruce Stanfield, who originally hails from New Zealand, had a lot to say when we asked him to tell us more about his work and his life. Read on for a Q&A with this talented painter and photographer.

My Wonderful Walls: Where were you born?
Bruce Stanfield: Christchurch, New Zealand

MWW: Where do you call home now?
BS: Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

MWW: Were you always interested in art? How did you begin?
BS: Yes, always been into the arts; drawing and watercolors as a kid, auto customization then music in my early twenties which well… I thought I sounded good! After the garage band thing, I went back to school and studied photography and film in Wintec’s “media arts” course which in turn started my professional career as photographer that specialized in commercial and fashion work.

After ten years of that I got a little bored shooting tractors and home furnishings, so I ran away to sea, as a ships photographer, met my wife to be, moved to Canada where I spent the next ten years. First as an assistant cruise director, then later I got lured back to the art world and became an onboard art director, which was fun and I learnt a great deal, met amazing artists, and had the honor of selling original Picasso and Chagall’s.

We left the ocean had a daughter and to settled in Ontario Canada. I work from home. I mix up my creative life; I paint mostly with acrylics and on large canvases typically 4ft x 5ft. Photography is still a part of my life, shooting stock images for image banks like Shutterstock, Bigstock and iStock.

MWW: What inspires your art?
BS: Just about everything I see! I am very eclectic in nature and my inspirations follow suit - I’m all over the place. I just bought a new airbrush and am looking forward to seeing what results from that.

MWW: Favorite medium?
BS: One day it may be an old school pencil drawing or airbrushing, then up all night with the Mac doing my digital thing.

MWW: What is your favorite thing to paint/draw/photograph?
BS: I “LOVE” abstracts, flags and drawing animals. 

MWW: Where do you do most of your artwork?
BS: I am blessed to have a studio in the basement which is where I can paint and photograph and time permitting play guitar. I have an office at home where iMac things happen.

MWW: Best time of day for you to create?
BS: Anytime as long as there is decent coffee around, I acquired quite an addiction to coffee since I came to North America.

MWW: What is your favorite My Wonderful Walls sticker or stencil you have been involved with creating?
BS: I am so thrilled with what Stephanie and Michael and the My Wonderful Walls team have done with my flag series and the way they have displayed them online. I love in particular the Air Force Themed Star Roundel.

MWW: What are some of your other interests?
BS: Cars, music, interior design, and my wonderful daughter, seven going on eleven.

MWW: Where can people see more of your designs?
BS: Fine Art America, Society6, Shutterstock, TheKASE (Europe), Displate (UK),  my website

MWW: Is anyone else in your family an artist or into art?
BS: My daughter, Satine, is art mad and we often paint together. She got her first online phone case sale last month! (You can check out Satine’s work on her Society 6 page here!) 

MWW: Do you live solely off your art or do you have another job/career?
BS: Good question, I think any “creative” type of career is hard to make a living from that alone. In the past I usually have a part time job to keep things going over the slow time, actually now I think of it they do provide me with ideas and inspiration. I change them up quite a bit, some interesting ones have been an armed guard, hardware store guy, security in a mental hospital (that was wild).

MWW: In a few adjectives how would you describe yourself? Your art?
BS: Eclectic, inspired and random

MWW: Do you have a favorite piece of work you’ve done?
BS: Some I like more than others, I have a large piece in my office called “Ombre” it is sold, the buyers are remodeling their house and asked me to store it till they are ready. I will miss it; I even have it on my business card, so right now I guess Ombre is it.

MWW: How did you get involved with My Wonderful Walls initially?
BS: It randomly came up in a Facebook feed. It intrigued me, so I wrote to Stephanie and Michael with some submission pics, and here I am and stoked to be here.

 

Thanks Bruce! If you enjoy showing off your patriotic pride, military background or ancestry check out the colorful flag art decals in the Bruce Stanfield Collection.

New Florent Bodart Wall Decal Collection - Meet the Artist! 0

Florent Bodart Wall Stickers

 

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the new Florent Bodart Collection of wall decals here at My Wonderful Walls, you missed this cool city living and nature inspired wall art. With a mix of the beauty of the outdoors and urban living, Florent has created some very unique designs. We are proud to offer you many of these surreal works of art as fabric wall stickers.

There is something for everyone in this collection! If you are a bike enthusiast, you might enjoy his Zest bicycle wall decal featuring a bike on lemon slice wheels in vibrant yellow. Zombie movie fans will love the movie poster look of Parazombies- Death from Above as a black and white zombie wall sticker. While music and film fans will want to check out Data a journey back through recording media times in a retro black and white wall sticker. Like all of our wall decals, the Florent Bodart Collection is made from SafeCling fabric, not vinyl! Our stickers have no white edges so they look painted on, won't tear and you can apply and reposition them with ease. 

Now that you’ve seen some of the witty and captivating wall art from French graphic artist Florent Bodart, it’s time to get to know a little more about the artist. 

My Wonderful Walls: Where were you born?
Florent Bodart: I was born in the east of France and grew up in the countryside.

MWW: Where do you currently live now?
FB: I live near Nantes, France. I think I won't stay here because I never stay very long in the same place!

MWW: Were you always interested in art? How/when did you begin?
FB: Yes absolutely. When I was a child I already drew some strange things as monsters or futuristic cars! I began to do graphic design around 5 years ago when I discovered Threadless. It has been my springboard for graphic design. The purchase of my first graphic tablet has also been a real help in my career.

MWW: When did it turn professional?
FB: It turned professional progressively but I would say 3 or 4 years ago. Now that's my full time job, and when I say full time, I mean FULL time.

MWW: Did you go to school to study art/graphic art?
FB: I didn't go to art school; I think I prefer to learn things myself!

MWW: What inspires your art?
FB: Everyday life, walks with my dogs in the forest, old movies, and music. I have 90% of my ideas just before I fall asleep.

MWW: What medium do you prefer?
FB: I love both digital (with graphic tablet) and paper (with pens or pencils). I usually begin my work on paper, scan it and then finish it on computer.

MWW: What is your favorite thing/subject matter to paint?
FB: Nature is definitely my favorite subject. It is so diversified - it's an endless subject!

Bird Wall DecalMWW: What is your favorite My Wonderful Walls sticker or stencil you have been involved with creating?
FB: Flying Bird is my favorite sticker I've been involved with creating. I love the fact that it has been cut out on the wings; it highlights the pattern in it. 

MWW: Where do you do most of your artwork? Describe your creative environment.
FB: I work at home, in my office. I made my own desk with wood and included a light box inside (very useful)! There is always one of my dogs sleeping behind me. I have a multitude of objects on my desk; they are kind of mascots- lucky charms! From my window I see a great field and a castle at the end of it.

MWW: Best time of day for you to create?
FB: Night, it has always been night.

MWW: What are some of your other interests?
FB: When I don't draw, I create wooden housewares such as coat racks or coffee tables under the name of Derkman. You can see them on my Etsy shop, Derkman

Also, I have been making electronic music with my brother since I was 10 years old. Check it out on Sound Cloud.  I also love walks with my dogs and my girlfriend in the woods around my house.

MWW: Where can people see more of your designs?
FB: I have all my designs on my Society6 profile.

MWW: Is anyone else in your family an artist? Children? If so, do they also enjoy art?
FB: Yes, almost every member of my family is an artist! My father was a violin maker, so I and my siblings grew up surrounded by art and music. My mother is a wood sculptor; I have one sister who is a violin maker, one who is a bow maker and one cello teacher. Also as I said my brother does music with me too. So they also enjoy art, in many forms. Art is central by us.

MWW: In a few adjectives how would you describe yourself? Your art?
FB: myself - quiet, hard-working, creative and cat-lover! my art -  surrealist, poetic, fun!

MWW: Do you have a favorite piece of work you’ve done? If so, what?
FB: Hard question ! I would say Fishes in Geometrics because that's one of the only designs of mine I'm not getting bored of!

MWW: How did you get involved with My Wonderful Walls initially?
FB: The wonderful Stephanie asked me to join the club, and I'm really glad of their welcome! 

And we are so thrilled you are part of the club Florent! If you enjoy bold, funky wall art inspired by nature and urban living shop the Florent Bodart Collection at My Wonderful Walls. 

Valentina Harper Wall Sticker Giveaway! Win Inspirational and Ornate Animal Wall Art! 93

Valentina Harper Giveaway

Valentina Harper’s art has been described as vibrant, ornate, inspirational and stunning. My Wonderful Walls is happy to now offer her intricately detailed illustrations as fabric wall decals. Our wall decals are perfect for your home or workplace as they are easy to apply and remove, no white edges means they look painted on and they come in a variety of sizes to fit any size wall.

When you look at these colorful Valentina Harper art decals, you will get a happy feeling for sure! Check out the inspirational quote wall stickers like “Today is Going to Be Awesome” or “Trust Yourself” where message meets art in a floral patterned wall sticker. Animal lovers will want to purchase her “Barkysimeto” a sweet boxer wall sticker in black, white and grey with a little pink nose or perhaps “Mr. Pavo Real” a real man of a peacock wall decal in beautiful hues of purple, blue yellow and green. There are over 30 wall decals with Valentina art to choose from and we will be adding more in the future! And due to high demand we have extended the sale on these Valentina Harper art wall decals through Wednesday, 11/26! You can save 20% on all of the wall stickers in this gorgeous collection by using code VHARPER at checkout. No other discounts will apply. Plus if you purchase during the giveaway period (11/23-11/26) and your name is chosen as the winner, we will refund you the price you paid plus shipping (valid for one sticker only)! So what are you waiting for? There is no reason not to buy one, two or more of her floral art wall stickers!

Now it’s your chance to win one of these ornate inspirational wall decals! Simply use our Rafflecopter widget below to enter. The giveaway will run from Sunday, November 23, 2014 until Wednesday November 26, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST.

**If giveaway widget won't load for you, please try again later. Or you can visit our Facebook tab and enter there: http://is.gd/4B6gPF

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 

Fine Print: Two winners will be randomly selected to receive the Valentina Harper Wall Sticker of their choosing. You can complete as many or as few entries as you like. A purchase will not improve your chances of winning. Giveaway open worldwide! To be eligible to win you must be 18 or older. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Please see the full terms and conditions in the Rafflecopter widget for all of the rules and restrictions. Winners will be emailed by November 28th and have 48 hours to claim their prize or a new winner will be selected. We are not responsible for missed emails so please make sure you have @mywonderfulwalls.com as a safe domain in your email account.

 

And don't forget about code VHARPER to save 20% on her collection through 11/26 at midnight EST!

 

 

Introducing Nature Inspired Wall Decals with Art from Elise Mahan - Meet the Artist 0

Elise Mahan Art Wall Stickers

Over the past few months My Wonderful Walls has been sourcing new artists to partner with in order to expand and diversify our wall stickers for kids and grown-ups. One of the downfalls of running a business and being an artist, Michael can tell you, is you only have so much time to be creative. But one of the great things about this is finding artists from all over the country and the world who have a passion for art education and art like he and Stephanie do. It has also allowed us to add all kinds of art to our wall decal collections that we otherwise couldn’t offer.

Elise Mahan is one of these artists and brings an appreciation for geometry, astronomy and history to her work. Her paintings draw on ethereal and surreal elements that utilize and explore repetition, geometry, texture and pattern. We were lucky enough to be able to choose about 30 of her pieces to use as wall sticker designs. These astronomy and nature inspired wall decals have been very popular and are wonderful for children and adults alike.

Forest Wall StickersYou can choose from such designs as the celestial Hidden in the Madrone Forest Wall Sticker with red barked trees against a beautiful blue sky or the fantastical Beluga Migration Wall Decal featuring four beluga whales migrating through a blue starry night sky while pulling a bit of the Earth along with them. The Elise Mahan Wall Stickers come in a variety of shapes and sizes perfect for many rooms in your home, office or school.

 

We thought it would be fun to learn a little more about Elise and her art:

My Wonderful Walls: Where were you born?
Elise Mahan: I was born in Phoenix,AZ

MWW: Where do you currently live now?
EM: Oakland, CA

MWW: Were you always interested in art? How and when did you begin?
EM: I started painting and drawing as a kid, and I never stopped.

MWW: When did it turn professional?
EM: I quit my job as a museum arts educator about 6 months ago when my artwork started pulling in more income than my day job.

MWW: Did you go to school to study art/graphic art?
EM: I studied art history at Mills College and San Francisco State, and am admittedly mostly self-taught as a painter with a few visual art classes here and there.

MWW: What inspires your art?
EM: Everything, I look to all the amazing places in my city. I also look to landscape and environment across the planet as my inspiration.

MWW: What medium(s) do you prefer?
EM: I paint with gouache, watercolor, metallic inks, walnut ink, and I usually work on top of that with archival pen.

MWW: What are your favorite things to draw/create?
EM: It changes a lot but right now, I am fascinated with the landscape of Patagonia and the arctic.

MWW: What is your favorite My Wonderful Walls wall sticker you have been involved with creating?
EM: I really like the harvest moon sticker that was created by My Wonderful Walls.

MWW: Tell us about your artistic environment.
EM: I do my artwork in a live/work studio that I share with my fiancée in East Oakland. It can be a chaotic urban environment, so I try to create a calm studio filled with plants, sculptures, a growing collection of artwork from local artists, terrariums, bonsai, globes and maps.

MWW: What is the best time for you to create?
EM: I work best in the morning with a good cup of dark roast coffee by my side, and usually a cat in my lap.

MWW: What are some of your other interests?
EM: I adore reading, writing, gardening and running. I love building terrariums. My partner is teaching me to sculpt. I teach art to kids at a local non-profit.

MWW: Is anyone else in your family an artist?
EM: My grandmother was an artist, and so is my mother.

MWW: Do you live solely off your art or do you have another job/career?
EM: I teach art part time at a non-profit in Oakland called Children’s Fairyland, and the rest of the time I get to make art.

MWW: Do you have a favorite piece of work you’ve done? If so, what?
EM: Right now I am working on a large-scale painting that might be a favorite, I haven’t even gotten it photographed yet, but it’s called Odessa and the ethereal universe.

MWW: How did you get involved with My Wonderful Walls?
EM: They found my Etsy shop and contacted me about being a featured artist. They were so lovely and kind I decided to join them.



If you’d like to see more of what Elise is working on, check out her website Elise Mahan Visual Art or follow her on Instagram.  And if you’re a huge fan of the new Elise Mahan Wall Sticker Collection, make sure you visit our blog or Facebook page starting next week for a great giveaway to win one of your own!

 

Beluga Whales Wall DecalMoon Wall Decal

 

Blog post written by Tara.

New Ornate Wall Decals with Art from BioWorkZ - Meet the Artist 0

BioWorkZ Art

 

The folks here at My Wonderful Walls are so thrilled to be able to partner with artists from around the globe to bring their art to you in wall decal form! We recently were lucky enough to start a relationship with artist Ben Kwok aka BioWorkZ from Pasadena, CA. His highly detailed illustrations caught Michael and Stephanie’s eyes and they were sure their customer base would love his art too. BioWorkZ (a moniker he took on, inspired by H.R. Giger’s “Biomechanics” and creating many biomechanical illustrations himself) was a little hesitant to sign on with My Wonderful Walls at first. But Stephanie’s light hearted banter (and several emails) put him at ease and the artist decided to go for it. We are so happy he did! There’s a quick lesson in how persistence pays off.

Judging by the overwhelming response we’ve had to the new BioWorkZ wall decal collection, our customers love him as well. These new ornate wall decals portraying animals, skulls and more are a wonderful addition to our site for older kids, teens and adults. You can choose from all of his striking designs like this wild Walking Elephant Wall Sticker Decal or the Ornate Bear Wall Sticker Decal who stands majestically drawn in black and white detail, plus many more from this artist. All of the stickers in this collection are available in four different sizes so you may use them in any space or on virtually any surface you choose.

Here's a little more about BioWorkZ and his art:

 

 

Elephant Wall Decal

 

My Wonderful Walls:  Where were you born? 
BioWorkZ:   Taipei, Taiwan



MWW: Where do you currently live now?
BioWorkZ: Pasadena, CA

MWW: Were you always interested in art? How and when did you begin?
BioWorkZ: As long as I remember, I have always been fascinated by art. I began by doodling on the back of unwanted scraps paper as early as 4 years old.

MWW: When did it turn professional?
BioWorkZ: Fresh out of college was when I turned professional. The work I produced back then was really horrible. I'm grateful for the clients I had back then because it really helped me grow as an artist and a freelancer. But wow, after reflecting on the crap I produced for them, I'm surprised they even worked with me. In my defense, I was very new and still growing as an artist.

MWW: Did you go to school to study art/graphic art?
BioWorkZ: Yes, I went to Cal State Long Beach and graduated with a BFA in Illustration. I started off as a Graphic Designer, but absolutely hated playing with fonts and layout all day. So I switched to Illustration instead because I love to draw.

MWW: In a few adjectives, how would you describe yourself? Your art?
BioWorkZ: I would describe myself as motivated, curious, and critical. I would describe my art as ornate, complex, and detailed.

MWW: What inspires your art?
BioWorkZ: For the longest time, my biggest inspirations were HR Giger and Alfonse Mucha. Nowadays, it is from artists like David A. Smith, Aaron Horkey, James Jean, and Iain Macarthur.

MWW: What medium(s) do you prefer?
BioWorkZ: I love pen and ink the most, and to color in digital. I love the control I have over pen and ink, but I don't have the patience to mix colors on a palette. So that's why I prefer coloring digitally.

MWW: What are your favorite things to draw/create?
BioWorkZ: At the moment, I love to draw animals; all sorts of animals, especially birds. Skulls have been a constant subject matter since high school, and that hasn't changed. It varies from time to time, or depending on the projects I get. But personal art will be mostly animals and skulls for now.

MWW: What is your favorite My Wonderful Walls wall sticker you have been involved with creating?
BioWorkZ: That's a tough question. I'm attached to most of my work, and the stickers I have with My Wonderful Walls are all special to me in their own ways. They are like my children, there are not favorites.

MWW: Tell us about your artistic environment.
BioWorkZ: Most of my work is created in my studio. By studio, I mean a spare bedroom in my condo that I use as my working space. It's a small 12' x 14' room consisting of two super heavy glass top tables. One table has my computer, scanner, printer and other digital tools. The other table is mainly used for drawing so it has paper, pens, and traditional tools. Next to my desks is a huge shelf with lots and lots of books for reference and collectible toys. The walls are covered with art prints and graphite transfers. I'm actually running out of wall space at the moment. My studio has a cubicle vibe, but I like it that way, I'm surrounded by art and inspiration. I live on the second floor so there's a large window that faces the street below, but there's also a gorgeous view of the mountains.

MWW: What is the best time for you to create?
BioWorkZ: Early morning or late at night because there are less distractions to get in the way of my flow.

MWW: What are some of your other interests?
BioWorkZ: Been obsessing over pens lately. I've been an unintentional pen collector. Recently, I got into fountain pens and it really opened me up to different possibilities. Can't get enough pens.

MWW: Is anyone else in your family an artist?
BioWorkZ: No one in my immediately family. My cousins are creative, but not in an illustration type of way. I'm expecting a baby girl in a month and I hope she's into art when she gets older, because I would love to share this passion with her.

MWW: Do you live solely off your art or do you have another job/career?
BioWorkZ: Just art, I'm a lucky guy. I get to do what I love and make a living out of it.

MWW: Do you have a favorite piece of work you’ve done? If so, what?
BioWorkZ: My newest pieces tend to be my favorite at the time, but the feeling is fleeting. But I am fond of the "Lion" illustration I worked on recently.

MWW: How did you get involved with My Wonderful Walls?
BioWorkZ: Stephanie reached out to me in an unusual casual manner. I resisted a little, but she was persistent. I like her casual fun, playful style. After some more emails going back and forth, it just felt right. I'm not a suit and tie kind of person. From the emails, neither was Stephanie, so that put me at ease. So here I am!

 

And we are so thrilled to have him here! If you love animal art with a lot of intricate detail, check out the entire BioWorkZ wall sticker collection. We’ve taken some of his popular designs and turned them into cool cut out or rectangular wall stickers, perfect for those who can’t paint, put nails in the walls or just love the versatility of wall decals.

For more from this visual designer and illustrator, check out his website BioWorkZ.com or follow him on Instagram for an up to date and behind the scenes look at his work!



Skull Wall StickerOrnate Bear Wall Decal
“I want the artwork to pull the viewer in and hold them hostage.” -Ben Kwok of BioWorkZ
Blog post written by Tara

Announcing New Fractal Art Digital Art Wall Decals - Meet the Artist Lyle Hatch 0

Lyle Hatch Wall Sticker Collection

 

My Wonderful Walls was started with the idea that you shouldn’t have to be a professional artist to create a great looking wall mural. For years we have offered wall stickers and wall stencils that allow parents to create professional looking wall murals for their children. As we’ve added more designs for older kids, teens and adults to our site, we have been fortunate to partner with some great artists from around the globe in addition to our original art! This time we are traveling even further to bring you the mind-boggling art of digital artist Lyle Hatch. Looking at his art, you may feel like we’re taking you on a journey into a different dimension or into a sci-fi fantasy. Rest assured, the artist lives and works in Illinois but these wall stickers will instantly transform any space into something groovy and out of this world. From colorful kaleidoscope art wall decals to reflecting symmetrical spheres, these powerful designs are sure to be a hit with anyone who loves fractal art, geometric art, abstract art or mandalas.


Here’s a little Q&A with the artist Lyle Hatch about his background, his art and his involvement with My Wonderful Walls:


My Wonderful Walls: Where were you born?
Lyle Hatch: I was born in Aurora, Illinois in September, 1958.


MWW: Where do you currently live now?
LH: I have lived my entire life in Lisle, Illinois, a suburb west of Chicago.


MWW: Were you always interested in art? How and when did you begin?
LH: I have had an interest in art and drawing for most of my life. As a kid, my interest was mostly in drawing dinosaurs, animals, and landscapes. I did pencil portraits from photographs in my teens and twenties, but I haven’t done any of those in ages.


MWW: When did it turn professional?
LH: I began trying to sell my digital art online in about 2009. I also started selling a few random photos around that time. I would hardly call it professional, but yes I was making a few dollars.


MWW: Did you go to school to study art/graphic art?
LH: I took design, drafting, and CAD classes in high school and college, but not painting or artistic drawing. I am almost entirely self-taught when it comes to the computer software I use to create my digital art now.


MWW: What inspires your art?
LH: I am inspired by nature, light, and shadow for my photography and also by color, patterns, and textures for my digital art.


MWW: What medium(s) do you prefer?
LH: I am almost completely a digital artist these days. I use various computer programs to generate digital art, fractals, mandalas, and graphic art patterns and pieces.


MWW: What are your favorite things to draw/create?
LH: My favorite types of art to create are fractal images and mandalas.


Tree of Life Wall DecalMWW
: What is your favorite My Wonderful Walls wall sticker you have been involved with creating?
LH: My favorite My Wonderful Walls piece that I have contributed is called Tree of Life.

 

 

MWW: Tell us about your artistic environment. What is the best time for you to create?
 
LH: I create my art on my desktop home computer and yes, sometimes my work computer. Oops! I am most creative in the evening or later at night, or any time I have peace and quiet.


MWW: What are some of your other interests?
LH: I also enjoy digital photography, collecting WWII memorabilia, and studying military history.


MWW: Is anyone else in your family an artist?
LH: My wife can draw very well and my 10 year old daughter loves any kind of art or craft that comes along. They are both artistically talented, in my opinion.


MWW: Do you live solely off your art or do you have another job/career?
LH: My primary career is as a Computer-Aided-Drafting (CAD) Designer for a process engineering company. We design and fabricate blending equipment for the soft drink / beverage industry.


MWW: In a few adjectives, how would you describe yourself?
LH: I am primarily an introvert, but outgoing in familiar surroundings. I have a great sense of humor. Politically conservative.

MWW: Do you have a favorite piece of work you’ve done? If so, what?
LH: A few…Tree of Life, Out of the Corner of My Eye, and Madman’s Sunrise – all fractal images.


MWW: How did you get involved with My Wonderful Walls?
LH: Stephanie sent me an email inviting me to enter into a licensing agreement with MWW, and to post my work on the web site.


MWW: Where can people see more of your designs?
LH: I have work displayed on many photography, art, and print-on-demand web sites. A few are Society 6, Zazzle and Design By Humans


And the artist's favorite quote:  “Chance is always powerful. Let your hook be always cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be a fish.” –Ovid


We hope you enjoy these new wall decals as much as we are. If you’re looking for more fractal art, 3-D art, sci-fi art, abstract art, digital art, steam punk art, geometric art, mathematical art, mechanical art, surreal art, fantasy art, kaleidoscope art, psychedelic art check out the entire Lyle Hatch wall decal collection. 



Kaleidoscope Art Wall Decal Symmetrical Art Wall Decal