Francesco Simeti is an Italian-born artist who currently works in Brooklyn and Sicily. He makes high art wallpaper, my favorite being a print that was commissioned by RISD (see below) in which he transposed photos of post liberation Afghanistan into a 18th century Victorian wallpaper. In another pattern, printed on a bench, he disguises photos of explosions in a china print. His collages, usually floral and nature scenes, are wallpapered in exhibits or blown up to high-scale proportions and displayed on, literally, any surface possible. Walls, tents, large cardboard structures that he layers to construct a physical faux-natural setting.