Life-Size Animals Emerge from Persian Rugs in Perception-Defying Sculptures by Debbie Lawson
2 years ago - By Colossal
British sculptor Debbie Lawson works in the space between two and three dimensions, forming wild animals that emerge from old-fashioned rugs. The artist builds her animals from scratch, using chicken wire and masking tape, and then covers them with identical or near-identical Persian carpets to create the illusion that the creature is fused with the hanging rug.
Lawson explains to Colossal, “I have always ‘accidentally' spotted images in patterns, on textured walls and floors made of wood or lino - any material really. It's an obsession that I decided to explore in the studio...
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