‘Doubts’: an extraordinary sculptural rug created over the months of lockdown in Baku by Azerbaijani textile artist Faig Ahmed.
In former Soviet republic, rug pees on you, etc.
More of Ahmed’s glitchy textiles here.
The natural landscape of Argentina – skillfully expressed in the medium of tactile rugs by textile artist Alexandra Kehayoglou, with little politics and ecology woven in.
Previously: Rugged Terrain
Handmade woollen rugs by Argentinian artist Alexandra Kehayoglou: a treat for the eyes, a playground for your pets, a bugger to vacuum.
More here and here.
Previously: Rug Life
Hand-made by Israeli designer Meirav Barziliay:
Inspired by the comb-over hairdo commonly used by bald men…the carpet generates various possible usages, such as covering yourself with the long strands or making a “ball” out of them to rest your head.
By Brock Davis. You can clearly see what he’s done there.
The Duddha Rug: $300, but it really ties the room together.