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“I had this overriding sensation that this was something that was outside of my control, a message passed down to me from previous generations, as if I was a link in a chain in something far greater.” For Alexandra Kehayoglou, rug making was more of a calling than a choice.

“I had this overriding sensation that this was something that was outside of my control, a message passed down to me from previous generations, as if I was a link in a chain in something far greater.” For Alexandra Kehayoglou, rug making was more of a calling than a choice.

Alexandra Kehayoglou Pasturelands Carpet

Amazing landscape carpets transform your living room into a lush, grassy meadow

Alexandra Kehayoglou hand-tufts each of her amazing carpets inspired by the pasturelands of her native Argentina.

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Using scraps leftover thread from her family’s carpet factory in Buenos Aires, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou embarks on a laborious hand-tufting process to fabricate wool carpets and rugs that mimic natural textures like moss, water, trees, and pastures.

"Great minds think alike" dicen los americanos. Esa expresión la recuerdo cuando veo este tipo de resultados, producto de mentes que son...

"Great minds think alike" dicen los americanos. Esa expresión la recuerdo cuando veo este tipo de resultados, producto de mentes que son...

“I had this overriding sensation that this was something that was outside of my control, a message passed down to me from previous generations, as if I was a link in a chain in something far greater.” For Alexandra Kehayoglou, rug making was more of a calling than a choice.

“I had this overriding sensation that this was something that was outside of my control, a message passed down to me from previous generations, as if I was a link in a chain in something far greater.” For Alexandra Kehayoglou, rug making was more of a calling than a choice.

Kat Macleod — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Artist Kat Macleod in her home studio in Melbourne. Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.

“I had this overriding sensation that this was something that was outside of my control, a message passed down to me from previous generations, as if I was a link in a chain in something far greater.” For Alexandra Kehayoglou, rug making was more of a calling than a choice.

“I had this overriding sensation that this was something that was outside of my control, a message passed down to me from previous generations, as if I was a link in a chain in something far greater.” For Alexandra Kehayoglou, rug making was more of a calling than a choice.

Artist, illustrator and designer Kat Macleod busy at work in her home studio. Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.

Melbourne artist, illustrator and designer Kat Macleod is back with a new exhibition, opening next week.

Rug maker Alexandra Kehayoglou's young son — Freunde von Freunden

Rug maker Alexandra Kehayoglou's young son — Freunde von Freunden

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Materials in the workplace of Alexandra Kehayoglou — Freunde von Freunden

Materials in the workplace of Alexandra Kehayoglou — Freunde von Freunden

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