Rock Roll unveils bespoke licensed wall coverings

Range features artwork from The Who, Black Sabbath, Guns N’Roses, The Rolling Stones and more.

A new collection of luxury wall aesthetics are aiming to bring the full emotional impact of iconic cover art into life in the home.

Camden-based Rock Roll has launched the world’s first officially licensed repeat wallpaper and large-scale murals of album artwork from seminal recording artists.

The wallpaper and murals have been designed in collaboration with bands including The Rolling Stones, The Who, Guns n Roses, Black Sabbath, Bring Me the Horizon and The Sex Pistols.

Iconic images, such as The Rolling Stones lip motif and Guns n Roses’ Appetite for Destruction, are featured, with all designs fully approved by the artists and their management.

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