Inspiration: Wall Hangings

August 29, 2015

Textile is one of the most ancient art forms. Lately, wall hangings have come into vogue, but by no means is this trend new. Intricate and captivating patterns have been adorning the walls of man for thousands of years. In the modern regeneration of wall art, the ancient tapestry has been supplanted in favour of the rougher, rawer look of a single panel that incorporates various yarn textures, widths, fibre contents, and even medias (wood, metal, etc.).

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