Snake Bit

Evan Raney’s Snake Bit is an intricate carcass design conceived on a road trip through the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico where animal skeletal remains are common. The bone imagery pairs with decorative elements of the American West such as bits used to rein horses, snaking down and around in a repeating pattern. This effect creates an ornately woven tapestry of richly developed patterns that become more and more intricate as the eye zooms in on each piece and out to view the whole.

Snake Bit Cutsheet

Colorway

  1. Snake Bit
    Copperhead
    on Champagne Mylar

    Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room.

  2. Snake Bit
    Mojave
    on Oatmeal Clay Coated Paper

    Light brown matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing.

  3. Snake Bit
    Noir
    on Black Mylar

    High gloss bright black polyester face with non-woven backing.

  4. Snake Bit
    Serpent
    on Ebony Clay Coated Paper

    Deep black matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing.

Size

  1. Sample (8.5" × 11") $2 ea.
  2. Roll (27" × 15') $200 ea.
  3. Sheet (27" × 54") $100 ea.

Pattern Repeat and Match are incorporated into the Quantity calculation, and is only an estimate. We cannot be responsible for incorrect quantities ordered. A professional installer can provide you with exact quantities required.

Process

Flavor Paper produces wallpaper by hand screened and digital printing, sometimes both for special projects.

All aspects of production are in-house, so we can maintain our exacting perfectionist standards. We use water based or eco-solvent inks to be as green as possible and only print on the finest materials. Flavor Paper quality is unsurpassed.

All Flavor Paper is produced to order, so you are free to interchange colors and grounds with handscreened wallpaper and can choose scale and colors for digital wallpaper. It’s your world. Get what you want.

Installation Guides

Wallpaper installation is a serious craft and it takes many years of practice and experience to become a master hanger. Flavor Paper prints on some finicky materials with confusing matches and layouts, so we HIGHLY recommend using a professional installer.

You can find a qualified local wallpaper installer through the National Guild of Professional Paperhangers.

Installation Guides