Unique perspectives from nature are captured in the latest designs from Tsar.
23 August, 2011
Autumnal by Julia Gentil is inspired by the colour and playfulness of fallen autumn leaves on a garden path. In the design, multiple stipples in the overlapping leaf shapes are used to create a tactile and dimensional quality.
The beauty of nature often lies in the imperfections. Willow explores this idea in a design that demonstrates two pods working in harmony with fluid, imperfect lines.
Lichen invites you to look beneath the surface and view organisms in nature from a different perspective. The gentle, organic and fluid lines here are inspired by fungi.
Handmade earthen mudcakes laid upon leaves were created by frolicking children last Easter in Berridale. Such is Julia Gentil’s inspiration for this rustic and organic design, which melds the abrash look of handknotted rugs with the modern technique of tufting.
Hero image: Autumnal, Fawn
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