Mona Lisa

Some might argue that since her conception in 1503, the Mona Lisa has become the ultimate Pop icon. So, it’s no surprise that Andy Warhol was swept up in the hype when Leonardo da Vinci’s painting premiered in NY in 1963, and therefore had to – as the King of Pop Art – produce his own version of the art sensation. Warhol’s toast sparked a series of canvases that are among the earliest works for which he employed silkscreening to efficiently make multiples of preexisting images. Included in the mix is Colored Mona Lisa, one of the largest in the group that’s also viewed as one of the most momentous masterpieces of Warhol’s early years. It’s realized by assembling a progression of multicolored Mona impressions to create a commentary on the omnipresent nature of the portrait and its recurrent reproduction, as well as on the means of production. Flavor Paper’s rendition of the archetypal artwork is achieved by applying a Warholian technique where FP artists utilize and alternate 5 screens to achieve intentionally varied prints in size, composition, color, and intensity. The result: a wall of original art that celebrates both innovators, da Vinci and Warhol…and that we think would make Mona Lisa smile.

P.S. Mona isn’t the only Flavor Paper x Andy Warhol x da Vinci design on our menu. If you’re looking to have a religious experience, we suggest you dig into The Last Supper and The Last Supper Mural. Amen!

“Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.”

— Andy Warhol

Mona Lisa Cutsheet

Select a Colorway and Ground

  1. Mona Lisa
    on Clay Coated Paper - Mica

    Warm white with luster.  A clay-coated face with traditional paper backing.

  2. Mona Lisa
    on Mylar - Chrome

    Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing.  Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room.

  3. Mona Lisa
    on Clay Coated Paper - Platinum

    Silvery clay-coated face with slight luster and traditional paper backing.

  4. Mona Lisa
    on Clay Coated Paper - Ivory

    Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing.

You're looking at a Hand Screened Wallpaper.

Lead Time: 3-4 weeks

Select a Size

  1. Sample (8.5" × 11") $10 ea.
  2. Roll (27" × 15') $700 ea.

Estimated Quantity accounts for a design's repeat and match, as well as the wall dimensions you enter. That said, we recommend a professional installer to provide you with exact quantities required for your job and as such Flavor Paper is not liable for incorrect quantities. Our Hand screened wall papers come untrimmed. We print and package in triple rolls [45' x 27"] whenever possible to minimize waste during installation. However, occasionally due to our high quality standards, your order may come packaged as singles, doubles or triples. If you require a triple roll due to the height of your wall, please contact us to confirm this is possible.

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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 takes many years of practice and experience to become a master hanger. Flavor Paper prints on some finicky materials with matches and layouts that can get confusing so, for the sake of your walls, we highly recommend using a professional installer.

You can find a qualified local wallpaper installer through the Wallcovering Installers Association.

Installation Guides