Thursday, October 14, 2010

On Kitsune Noir: Ecological Footprint Infographiti Rug by Toko.

Ecological Footprint Infographiti Rug by Toko.
Posted by Bobby Solomon • October 13, 2010 • Art & Design

Only a little over a month ago I posted about Toko, a design firm situated in Australia who I was really into because of the diversity of their work. I had to revisit them because of a new project called the Infographiti Rug, which is actually a data visualization in rug form. The colorful blobs you see are actually the ecological footprints of continents, the orange part being the world’s biocapicity. It’s sad that something so beautiful represents something so… bad. ...

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1 comment:

Lane said...

That kind of rug is really colorful and one of a kind. It really fits every teen's room or maybe some room of an art lover like me. I think it will maintain its vibrant colors by always having a regular carpet cleaning. Ft Myers, my hometown has great cleaning shops for different kinds of rugs and carpets. So I always go there every time I need some carpet cleaning.