Named All Eyes on the World, the wall hanging was designed to be a “comfort spirit animal to touch during this crazy pandemic”.
The amorphous tapestry resembles a graphic pair of bright yellow eyes. According to the studio, it was designed to bring joy into people’s homes as they are spending more time indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Today, the desire to connect with nature is stronger than ever as we inhabit and notice our space like never before,” said the brand.
“The aim of these rugs is to comfort you and show happy art in these crazy times to make you smile.”
Woven from yarn made from eucalyptus plants, the studio also hopes that the rugs will provide people with a connection to the natural world.
“The soothing, bold silhouettes of these softly curved wall hangings have a crisp note with fluid, funny shapes,” said the studio.
“They function as a visual reminder of a healthy, conscious connection to the outer world.”
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