Nature-Inspired Rugs Portray The Effects Of Climate Change

Nature-Inspired Rugs Portray The Effects Of Climate Change
Design

Artist Fernando Mastrangelo's 'Reverence' collection for Edward Fields features landscape-inspired pieces

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 october 2017

Artist Fernando Mastrangelo’s collection of rugs for carpet makers Edward Fields have been designed to show the effects that climate change has on nature. The ‘Reverence’ collections includes landscape-inspired pieces that appear to crack, break and flow. Some of the realistic imagery, which resembles photography or watercolor pictures, features icebergs breaking, water erosion and blowing sand.

Each fiber in the Reverence rugs is meticulously planned and hand-sculpted by the artisans at Edward Fields, from blended silk and wool yarns to shag with low-pile contrasts and edging that defies right angles.

Edward Fields

Artist Fernando Mastrangelo’s collection of rugs for carpet makers Edward Fields have been designed to show the effects that climate change has on nature. The ‘Reverence’ collections includes landscape-inspired pieces that appear to crack, break and flow. Some of the realistic imagery, which resembles photography or watercolor pictures, features icebergs breaking, water erosion and blowing sand.

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