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When you are able recognize the artwork a given wallpaper comes from — odds are you can make out the polar-bear face used for the one above even before seeing it in the next slide — that’s because Campanaro doesn’t change whatever portion of a painting she chooses to work with. All she does is scan it, crop it, and tile it in four directions until it takes on her signature kaleidoscopic look. “When I put my art into Photoshop, suddenly all these patterns emerge without my even trying that hard," she explains. "That said, certain patterns end up being ugly, so a lot gets cut along the way.”