The Alfombras Veo Veo Japan Collection is Creatively Cultural

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 27, 2012 • References: veoveodeco & design-milk
It might be hard to see up close, but the Alfombras Veo Veo Japan Collection is inspired by tourist-like Japanese imagery that includes natural landscapes and cultural traditions. Since these images have been rendered into pixelated forms for a more artistic touch, they can appear as abstract patterns at first.

The Alfombras Veo Veo Japan Collection was designed by Enrique Eguino. It captures beautiful scenes such as Tokyo at night, the Nikko waterfall and Kyoto Palace as well as random images like red kimonos and bullet trains. This carpet collection is perfect for those who have an undying appreciation for everything Japanese. All it is missing is a depiction of Hello Kitty and perhaps some sushi rolls. Stats for Pixelated Landscape Carpets Trending: Older & Warm
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