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  1. Frequency is the measurement of a recurring event in time. The interval during which a recurring sequence of events takes places is a cycle. The world is a composition of parallel frequencies and cyclical events; the sounds of waves crashing, the stages of animal life, the phases of the moon, the seasonal migration of birds, the beat of the human heart. The result of recurring events in nature generates a stunning energy, perpetually information our sense. Through subtle shifts of movement and scale, the Jill Malek wallpaper designs are inspired by the fluctuating patterns of frequency found in nature.

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  2. Frequency is the measurement of a recurring event in time. The interval during which a recurring sequence of events takes places is a cycle. The world is a composition of parallel frequencies and cyclical events; the sounds of waves crashing, the stages of animal life, the phases of the moon, the seasonal migration of birds, the beat of the human heart. The result of recurring events in nature generates a stunning energy, perpetually information our sense. Through subtle shifts of movement and scale, the Jill Malek wallpaper designs are inspired by the fluctuating patterns of frequency found in nature.

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  3. A story by Grow House Grow designer, Katie Deedy: "Since her untimely death in 1889, Ellen Liddy Watson, dubbed "Cattle Kate" by local papers of the time, has been tangled in a web of rumors, mystery and all-out lies. Considered an outlaw by most accounts, Watson and her husband were brutally hung by vigilante neighbors near their Wyoming homestead on the grounds of cattle rustling. Albert Bothwell, the ringleader responsible for their unjust murders, was acquitted of his crime following a wave of mysterious deaths and disappearances of all known witnesses. His deep pockets helped sway local papers, who painted the couple as swindlers and thieves. This description sadly lasted well into the twentieth century. Perhaps the most frustrating element of the story is how honest, vigorous and strong the real "Cattle Kate" was. A frontiers-woman who made her way homesteading across the Midwest, Watson built herself into a successful entrepreneur and cattle woman on her own dime. Her unavenged execution stands as a reminder that not all bad guys "get it" in the end, and that evil can--and will--go unpunished. 'Witnesses were murdered or disappeared mysteriously or were bought off. The three Cheyenne papers, dominated by incredibly wealthy cattle interests, trumped up the ridiculous stories everyone knows today about Ellen being a dirty whore and rustler, and Jim her accomplice, pimp and murderous paramour.' - George W. Hufsmith in The Wyoming Lynching of Cattle Kate, 1889"

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  4. A story by Grow House Grow designer, Katie Deedy: "Mary Treat (1830-1923) was an American-born naturalist devoted to the understanding of carnivorous plants. Throughout her many years of autodidactic study, Treat made extensive contributions to the botanical world, published several books and was an outspoken correspondent to Charles Darwin. Treat and Darwin's recorded discourse extends over five years, and most notably involves the inner workings of the Utricularia plant's trap. Darwin believed insects wedged their heads into the traps, thus becoming stuck and then consumed. Treat's extensive research, fueled by her curiosity and vigor for experimentation, revealed that the Utricularia plant actually snapped shut when small hairs around the entrance of the trap were triggered. Treat so influenced Darwin's understanding on the subject that he references her several times in his Insectivorous Plants (1875). Though much of Treat's work has been forgotten, four species of plants and animals bear her name, including the ant species Aphaenogaster treatiae. Look hard enough, and you might spy one of the little critters within her leafy carnivorous menagerie."

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  5. Frequency is the measurement of a recurring event in time. The interval during which a recurring sequence of events takes places is a cycle. The world is a composition of parallel frequencies and cyclical events; the sounds of waves crashing, the stages of animal life, the phases of the moon, the seasonal migration of birds, the beat of the human heart. The result of recurring events in nature generates a stunning energy, perpetually information our sense. Through subtle shifts of movement and scale, the Jill Malek wallpaper designs are inspired by the fluctuating patterns of frequency found in nature.

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  6. Born and raised in New York, Aimée spent her school holidays exploring the fashion showrooms where her parents both worked. It was through this submersion in the world of fashion and textiles where Aimée developed the foundation for her diverse interest in design and trends. Aimée draws her inspiration from both contemporary graphic art and the design world; influences include typography, logo design, illustration, textiles, urban toy design and rock poster art. Aimée has also worked as an in-house designer for several firms including Designspace, Dwell, and Martha Stewart Living. In the past, Aimée has designed for Bed Bath and Beyond, Crate and Barrel, Urban Outfitters, Dwell, Dwellbaby, Martha Stewart Living, MTV Cribs, Skip Hop, and Gap Kids.

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  7. Born and raised in New York, Aimée spent her school holidays exploring the fashion showrooms where her parents both worked. It was through this submersion in the world of fashion and textiles where Aimée developed the foundation for her diverse interest in design and trends. Aimée draws her inspiration from both contemporary graphic art and the design world; influences include typography, logo design, illustration, textiles, urban toy design and rock poster art. Aimée has also worked as an in-house designer for several firms including Designspace, Dwell, and Martha Stewart Living. In the past, Aimée has designed for Bed Bath and Beyond, Crate and Barrel, Urban Outfitters, Dwell, Dwellbaby, Martha Stewart Living, MTV Cribs, Skip Hop, and Gap Kids.

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    • Designed by Julia Rothman.
    • Materials: Durable and fade resistant coated paper.

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    • Designed by Emily Isabella.
    • Materials: Durable and fade resistant coated paper.

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    • Designed by Emily Isabella.
    • Materials: Durable and fade resistant coated paper.

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