Annika Johansson – Swirl Custom Rug, pink and red
We turn her playful and colorful paintings into handtufted rugs using the softest New Zealand wool.
With the harmonious colors and geometric composition that the artist has methodically planned, your favorite carpet builds the illusion of being 3D. The surface can be completely flat, or we can create higher and lower piles at your request.
Extremely limited edition: Only 10 rugs available from each painting.
The very first pre-order of each rug has a discount of 15%!
Each rug comes with a numbered label hand-signed by Annika Johansson herself.
Delivery estimated at approximately 10-12 weeks. Worldwide delivery.
For environmental reasons and to provide our full bespoke service, our rugs are always made to order. Your rug is even more exclusive than a limited edition; it is a unique masterpiece of handcraft realized completely for you only.
Our fair-trade and eco-friendly commitment means you get to enjoy your beautiful piece of art with full peace of mind. We are proudly certified fair-trade partners by Label Step.
Please note that the sizes are not exact to the centimetre and there is always a 3% variation margin in sizes and colours, due to the completely handmade process and natural materials.
About the artist: Annika Johansson
Annika Johansson is a Swedish painting artist whose art revolves around geometric patterns, color and a kind of contemporary Trompe l’oeil painting.
The colors are harmonious and only build with the help of light and shadow the illusion of being 3D. The surface is completely flat.
Her paintings are neither completely abstract nor figurative, but you can read figures or symbols, eyes, and mouths into them if you want.
Her work is characterized by clear lines, stylized and minimal shapes and strong colors and ranges from editorial illustration to large wall paintings, from design objects to books.
The colors are both clear and precise and the edges are razor sharp. The craft itself is something she puts a lot of time and care into, from sawing out shapes in mdf boards, spackle and sanding them to mixing the paint.
She always goes about it methodically, counting and drawing a pattern, taping, and painting layer upon layer of vinyl paint until she achieves the right shade and density in the paint.
It’s playful and colorful, with a bit of humor.
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