Part of me thinks it'd be a blast to draw all over my walls. (If only I were as talented an artist as Shantell, that is.)
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
In high school, I painted my bedroom walls bright red and slapped a giant poster of The Who above my bed. In college, my room was plastered in Polaroids. Right now, though, my bedroom walls are bare - my apartment has amazing moldings, and I don't want to cover them up. Still, my jaw dropped when I saw these photos of artist Shantell Martin's Brooklyn bedroom, which is blanketed in what The New York Times calls "stream-of-consciousness drawings."
Read the article, by Liz Arnold, here, and see more pictures, here. Photos by Trevor Tondro for The New York Times.