Miami Artist Renders Beautiful Persian Rugs With Acrylic And Ink – Design You Trust

Miami Artist Renders Beautiful Persian Rugs With Acrylic And Ink


Jason Seife, the Miami-based artist beautifully renders the exquisite patterns found on old Persian carpets using a combination of acrylic and ink. Along with familiar geometric motifs, Seife’s rugs feature colors you seldom find on heavy textiles.

More info: Instagram, The Robert Fontaine Gallery (h/t: designfaves)


The Robert Fontaine Gallery writes, “What initially drew him to these works was not only the aesthetic but the dense history and meaning behind the imagery.”






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