Yeah, Dawg, post some pictures please. After that, we'll have some fun with you...[smile]
I just did some photographs for Modwright over at CES. Dan shared his room with Audio Machina (great speakers) and Art and Acoustics which are acoustic panels designed by Pacific Northwest artist Stephen Yates. He has a variety of designs that I'd guess would have a high WAF factor. Check out the link to see them. I'm particularly fond of the botanical series (love the one called "hill mist" which is actually kind of abstract). In person at the show, all of his designs were quite striking. His site was a bit confusing to me at first - I'd click on one of three categories and seemingly got only one choice. I did not notice the "Enter" button below till later which accessed more designs in that category. You can see my pics of Dan's room with the Audio Machina speakers and a set of his more abstract panels here and closer here. Beyond that there are a few companies that, at an added cost, will allow you to apply your own digital designs do their panels, but I cannot speak for the quality of that reproduction. Being in the visual arts all my life I can tell you that it is no small task to transfer vivid color imagery in digital form to an acoustic fabric. The digital files would have to be very large, and the color profile tags would need to be accurate. If you don't know what you are doing that may be a risky proposition, and I don't know what, if any guarantees you'd have. I spoke with Stephen Yates about his own process of working with printers and he told me that he had to work closely with the printers to get vivid, stable, and accurate reproductions on the acoustically transparent fabrics. It showed in the final results.