This Woven Textile Art by All Roads is Inspired by Western Landscapes

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Sep 7, 2013 • References: allroadsdesign & trendland
This woven textile art has a stunning tribal quality. Design duo All Roads, consisting of Robert Dougherty and Janelle Pietrzak, creates decorative pieces out of wood, metal, fiber and reclaimed materials. This includes hung art and one of a kind furniture.

Pietrzak worked in the fashion industry for a decade, giving her invaluable technical and sewing skills that translated seamlessly to her woven textile art. Depending on the intricacy of the piece, each piece of work can take a day or several to complete. The designers note that the pieces incorporating arrows are what people respond to the most.

In an interview with Trendland, the Los Angeles-based designers claim the California landscape often serves as one of their greatest sources of inspiration. Stats for Tribal Textural Woven Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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