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Marimekko Home – Kustaa Saksi – Hugo & Marie, NYC

Marimekko Home – Kustaa Saksi – Hugo & Marie, NYC

'Hypnopompic' Rug Collection by Kustaa Saksi | Yellowtrace

Hypnopompic Rug Collection by Kustaa Saksi

Highlights TextielLab: Kustaa Saksi – Hypnopompic  24 April 2014 until 2 November 2014

Highlights TextielLab: Kustaa Saksi – Hypnopompic 24 April 2014 until 2 November 2014

Hypnopompic, Kustaa Saksi — Kustaa designs surreal wool tapestries for his Hypnopompic exhibition. The designs take inspiration from the state of sensory confusion that exists between sleep and wakefulness, using the visual delusions experienced during this strange period of consciousness to inspire a set of intricate psychedelic tapestries, busy with distorted flora and fauna and ominous looking creatures.

Hypnopompic, Kustaa Saksi — Kustaa designs surreal wool tapestries for his Hypnopompic exhibition. The designs take inspiration from the state of sensory confusion that exists between sleep and wakefulness, using the visual delusions experienced during this strange period of consciousness to inspire a set of intricate psychedelic tapestries, busy with distorted flora and fauna and ominous looking creatures.

2013 – Edition of 6 (Signed and numbered)  Jacquard Weave 245 x 170 cm  Collection Hypnopompic  Mohair Wool, Acryl     Executed in The Netherlands. Yarns made in Italy.    Price on request – Mail here              Jacquard technique is named after the French inventor, Joseph Marie  Jacquard (1752–1834), who designed the jacquard loom. With Jacquard’s  automatic loom, it was possible to weave complex mechanically patterned  silk fabrics. The technology was revolutionary in the textile ...

2013 – Edition of 6 (Signed and numbered) Jacquard Weave 245 x 170 cm Collection Hypnopompic Mohair Wool, Acryl Executed in The Netherlands. Yarns made in Italy. Price on request – Mail here Jacquard technique is named after the French inventor, Joseph Marie Jacquard (1752–1834), who designed the jacquard loom. With Jacquard’s automatic loom, it was possible to weave complex mechanically patterned silk fabrics. The technology was revolutionary in the textile ...

amazing tapestry.  i LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS TAPESTRY.  I would find somewhere to put this, if I had to put in another wall!!

amazing tapestry. i LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS TAPESTRY. I would find somewhere to put this, if I had to put in another wall!!

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