If there’s one thing that urban apartment dwellers like myself miss, it’s being able to relax in a natural environment. Luckily, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou has a solution. Using remnants from her parent’s carpet business in Buenos Aires, Kehayoglou creates carpets, rugs, tapestries, and other textiles that bring nature to you.
Meadows, snow, green pastures, pools of water within grassy areas are just a few of her gorgeous creations. Needless to say, they are the perfect spots to curl up with a good book.
Check out more examples below.
#Repost @driesvannoten?????Dries Van Noten & @andreasmurkudis invite you to the viewing of a carpet artwork by @alexkeha commissioned for the spring summer 2015 Paris fashion show. CONCERT Oscar and the wolf Friday 1st of May 2015 from 8:30 pm to 10pm THESE EMBODIES A film by Atelier Impopulaire, Berlin Giulio Bursi & Pia Bolognesi KAUFHAUS HERTZOG Brüderstrasse 26 10178 Berlin-Mitte EXHIBITION Saturday the 2nd and Sunday the 3rd of May From 12pm to 6pm #driesvannoten #dvnberlin #dvn #berlin #galleryweekendberlin #berlin #audi #oscarandthewolf #exhibition #art #carpet #rug
Additional photos via Alexandra Kehayoglou
(via This Is Colossal)