Wallpaper is currently enjoying a renaissance, partly thanks to advances in digital printing technology. Swedish studio Front has drawn patterns created by cut-out paper shapes to produce wallpaper designs with subtle three-dimensional effects. Front folded, wove and layered the paper cut-outs to form the repeats for the white wallpaper. Faint shadows on the drawings give a 3D appearance to the wall coverings while maintaining a soft, minimal appearance. Designs include Drapery, which features blended vertical lines that resembles gently rippled fabric of lightweight curtains. Patterns for Weave and Tilted Weave were made by threading strips of paper into overlapping lattices. Arches includes curved tiles overlaid in rows, while Squares looks like uneven wooden shingles.