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Artist Rebecca Brady creates underwater waterland at Westmead Children’s Hospital with Ricky’s printable media

Artist Rebecca Brady creates underwater waterland at Westmead Children’s Hospital with Ricky’s printable media

Rebecca Brady of Rathenart Designs has created an underwater waterland at the Westmead Children’s Hospital using Terralon wallpaper from Ricky Richards.

Michael Smith, Business Development Manager in the Ricky Richards Print Media division had previously helped Rebecca choose printable products (that were safe to use in a hospital environment) for an art project at the hospital’s Eye Clinic;  and has done so again with the underwater waterland project.

As a mixed media artist Rebecca works with digital collages and mixed media to create beautiful designs that tell a story. Her artworks are a detailed and complex hub of fusing colour in multi layers.

Using the Ricky Terralon Dreamscape Wallpaper that Michael suggested helped Rebecca create an underwater wonderland in the Eye Clinic for the children to get immersed into their own imaginary world. Knowing her designs were printed on the Terralon wallpaper, which is a sustainable, PVC free, breathable wallcovering made from 31% post-consumer recycled content, she felt she made the perfect choice.

Previously, Rebecca had designed the front counter in the clinic which she created as a fantasy scene with hidden animals and enchanting landscapes. Ricky Richards’ Grafityp GEFUV was used as the printable media for the counter. GEFUV is a seamless soft white matte environment-friendly chlorine- and PVC free self-adhesive.

With the support of Signwerx who did the printing and Mister Wallpaper who installed the media, Rebecca said her client was thrilled with the result.

So too was Michael and the team at Ricky. “We love seeing what our printable media products are used for,” he says. “This is another wonderful project completed with our sustainable products.”

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