Since 35,000 years ago.

Wallrus. Design inspired.
Artisan made.

Wallrus combines contemporary art and design with innovative technology to create stunning bespoke prints. Every mural is made to order and available in a range of sizes and colours to suit your unique space, surfaces and style. If you can't find exactly what you're looking for, contact us and we'll design and make it for you.

Easy as.

It's foolproof. If you have a wall, you're qualified. Check out our 'How to' guides and the installation video on our website. We also supply installation guides with every Wallrus order.

Variety of finishes.

Every Wallrus wall mural comes in Easy Apply Self-Adhesive, Heavy Duty Laminated Vinyl, Traditional Smooth Wallpaper or Traditional Textured Wallpaper. 

Check out our 'How to' section to help make your ideal selection.

1930's mural paintings in India by Le Corbusier

About us

Since the stone age, humankind has felt compelled to infuse living spaces with homely touches. Those hunting scenes painted onto cave walls really made a statement, and skipping ahead, Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel still packs people in. Today, creating a space that is a joy to inhabit is still the hallmark of good interior design.

At Wallrus, we’ve taken our inspiration from the age of modernism to bring the mural form back to contemporary settings. From residential and corporate interiors to showrooms, restaurants and all that’s in between – we have a Wallrus mural design for you.

Offering both ready-to-go designs and a bespoke mural service, whatever your requirements, we’re ready. Turn a kid’s bedroom into a wonderland, add some bold colour to the boardroom, or inject some wow factor to your café wall – think big and we’ll make it.


About modernism

The style of our murals is inspired by Modernism – a philosophical movement that developed post-industrialisation during the early 20th century. Emerging from a collaborative determination to “make it new”, modernist artists like Rietveld, Mondrian, Matisse and Picasso began to influence designers and architects of the time, through their explosive use of colour, expressive shapes and abstract patterns.

A joyous reinterpretation of the 13th century Italian fresco – Modernism went on to define much of the contemporary art, design and architecture landscape of today.

“For some, modernism is a mode of thinking, for us it's more a way of living.”