The print is from one of my favorite artists, Yoko Honda, who makes 80s-inspired patterns and prints. You've likely seen her patterns before on Pinterest / Tumblr / Insta and didn't know it. We share a fondness for the 80s because of its dreamy frivolity, punctuated by neon, neon, pastel. Expressive loudness was commercially popular like never before, and I think that was very important. Anyway, we decided to scale this print up to something huge because it looked good and different from the retro 80s stuff out there.