Unique Spam-Generated Wallpaper for Creative Homes

Unique Spam-Generated Wallpaper for Creative Homes

Spamghetto is the fun solution to keeping all your spam neatly organized on the wall. Created with a personalized pattern with “comically misspelled offers of love and enthusiastic advice on how to get rich, fast“, the Spamghetto is a modern wallpaper created by Italian based design studio ToDo. You can choose from thin or chunky strands forming different patterns. The designers consider that spam “should be cherished as a testimony to the humanity of our emotions, the universality of our deepest desires“. Made from non-woven fleece made with cellulose, the Spamghetto wallpaper is flame resistant and steam-permeable and it can even be reused. The designers who created it say that “Spamghetto is the inappropriate, intriguing, irresistible spam-based wall covering that turns the bad ideas flooding your inbox into patterns of insight into the human nature.” Turning unwanted spam into a modern wall covering for your home could mean that you are ready to accept the existence of things like that in our world and that you can live with it in a creative, stress-free way.

14 comments

  • damiant February 16, 2011 at 20:39 PMLogin to Reply →

    great idea :-)

  • Cleaning Leather February 17, 2011 at 02:43 AMLogin to Reply →

    This is really fun and artsy! I’d maybe do one wall next to or opposite a plain black wall and let the rest of the room be another color. Thanks for posting this. I hadn’t heard of it till now!

  • Jac | design service February 17, 2011 at 05:56 AMLogin to Reply →

    How creative. I never thought the idea of “Spam” can be used somewhere else. I was expecting a little more color though. I was thinking it will look more of a “typography” type of style.

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  • Stacey Sheppard February 19, 2011 at 14:22 PMLogin to Reply →

    I actually really like this wallpaper. It’s an extremely creative idea, taking something that is normally destined to be deleted immediately and immortalising and celebrating it in this wallpaper. I love the way it just looks like a beautiful floral pattern from a distance.
    I guess that this idea could also be used to make more personal wallpaper by using Facebook statuses or Tweets or your favourite quotes. That would be fun too.

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