Page from textile book "Ode à l’Oubli" (2004) by French-American artist Louise…
The Sri Lankan floor mats | Fine Little Day
Fine Little Day: The Sri Lankan floor mats are such treats. Old, worn, discolored textiles gets new life as colorful texile cakes.
Boucherouite are freeform “rag rugs” from Morocco made with leftover scraps of fabric and inexpensive materials. As wool became rarer and more expensive to buy in Morocco, family looms started using found scraps to create exciting patterns and color juxtapositions that wouldn’t normally be found in traditional Moroccan rugs.
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Handmade floor mats from Sri Lanka, by reused textile
Carpets at Mjölk at KITKA design toronto
Another piece, "Invert," from Faig Ahmed's uneven series of carpets. His reworks of traditional Azerbaijani rugs are not always successful, but I love what he's done here as though someone spilled bleach on an old rug and didn't have the heart to throw it out. Excellent colours.