Times Mentions Turner's Wall Covering Line
Posted 06.01.11 by MICA communications
MICA alumni Payton Cosell Turner '08 was mentioned in The New York Times for her new wall covering line. Turner created her company, Flat Vernacular, along with her fiance and now has created a series of 14 hand-drawn, hand-screened patterns for wallpaper.
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Image caption: Payton Cosell Turner, "The Four Hundred," spring/summer 2011 collection.
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