This warped wallpaper might make you feel a bit delusional, even if you haven't indulged in any recreational mind expanders.
It was created by Tom Hanke, a German artist who custom prints the papers so that the pattern distorts around the electrical fixtures, wall hangings, doors, and windows in the room.
Implications - The rise of individualism in mainstream culture has created a consumer base that's keen on customizing nearly every aspect of their lives, including their homes. Wallpaper has experienced a resurgence as a temporary way for consumers to personalize interior walls without the hassle of paint. Companies can take advantage of this opportunity by releasing innovative wallpaper that caters to a niche set of customers.