Colorful, Abstract Rugs Inspired by a 1975 Film

Colorful, Abstract Rugs Inspired by a 1975 Film

I can’t help but love this collection of rugs from Brooklyn-based Cold Picnic. Even if you don’t know the story behind them, they’re beautiful abstract compositions that look like textured pieces of art for your floors. The Passenger rugs, which take inspiration from the 1975 Michelangelo Antonioni film of the same name starring Jack Nicholson and Maria Schneider, incorporate aspects of the colors and landscapes seen in the movie. To reflect that, they built giant cardboard box dioramas (48″ x 40″) creating worlds based on each style of rug.

The Armchair

Professione: Reporter diorama

Professione: Reporter

David in the Desert diorama

David in the Desert

David in the Desert II diorama

David in the Desert II

Girl in the Convertible diorama

Girl in the Convertible

Opening Credits diorama

Opening Credits

Smokestack diorama


The Square diorama

The Square

Photos by Tony Farfalla.

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