Creating something obsessive comes naturally to her. A trip to a great fun-filled Japanese dollar store resulted in an obsessive shopping spree to gather stickers of all shapes & kinds.
The Signature Carpets come in a colourful, artistic family of ornamental carpets to fall in love with in a heartbeat. With their strong personality they determine the look and feel of their surroundings.
With their surreal, eye-catching designs they convey a sense of depth, intensity and motion, engaging the enchanted spectator in their endless story.
The Signature Carpets collection includes the following carpets.
42 breathtaking, eccentric and playful carpets designed by renowned names from the worlds of interior design, fashion, visual arts, textile design, illustration and illustrative photography.
Each one represents their designer and the amazing world of his/her expertise and imagination. The high definition, photo realistic designs are achieved with the use of a high definition Chromojet printer’, a groundbreaking printing machine of extreme precision that is able to reproduce almost every colour nuance in existence.
Shipping calculated for Fedex economy freight, door to door, not available for all countries.
100 % PA or Wool
- Size Description
200 x 300 cm | 78.7 x 118.1"
Marian Bantjes is an internationally known graphic artist who lives and works on an island off the West coast of Canada, near Vancouver. Her work, which takes many forms, is a manifestation of obsession, beauty, complexity and surprise. She works using a variety of media, from drawing and painting, to digital graphics, to arrangements of objects. Her work often incorporates words, but not always, and often incorporates patterns, but not always. An extensive monograph of her work,‘Pretty Pictures’ was published byThames & Hudson in the fall of 2013, to critical acclaim, and was included by Bookforum as one of the 20 best art books in the past 20 years. Her 2010 book ‘I Wonder’ (published by Thames & Hudson, 2010) is an exploration of the marriage of word and image, written and illuminated throughout: alternately mysterious, thoughtful, personal and funny. Along with several other pieces or her work, it is included in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (Smithsonian) in New York. Much of Marian’s work has been published in books and magazines around the world.