Designer: Ragnheiður Ösp Sigurðardóttir.
Knot is made from a knitted tube, several meters in length, which is then tied up to create a compact knot which is as comfortable as a support in the sofa as it is elegant to behold. A cushion with a peculiar charisma, based on sculptural form instead of patterns. “I try to create unusual designs; products that are unpredictable and that make people curious.” explains Ragnheiður Ösp Sigurðardóttir.
Materials: 50% Icelandic wool, 50% acrylic & polyester filling.
Dimensions: 30cm diameter.
Linen cushions embroidered with insects that are considered endangered.
They are filled with a soft sustainable material up cycled from plastic bottles.
Wonderfully soft and beautifully rendered embroidery in silk.
30 x 33cm
The Madagascan Comet Moth from Malaysia is one of the largest moths in the world and is endangered due to loss of habitat. Embroidered at actual size.
28 x 28cm
The Atlas Moth from Indonesia is one of the largest moths in the world and is endangered due to loss of habitat. Embroidered at actual size.
Embroidered on beautiful flax linen and recycled filling the cushions are soft and sustainable.
30 x 33cm
Richmond Birdwing Butterfly cushions. These butterflies used to be abundant between Grafton and the Sunshine Coast. There are records of great clouds of them in Brisbane in the 1930s. Due to the loss of their food source, the Richmond Birdwing vine, they are now vulnerable. These are the smallest of the birdwings and the largest butterfly native to the region. Conservation efforts involve captive breeding and replanting their food source.
Wonderfully soft linen containing a sustainable material recycled from plastic bottles.
30 x 30 cm
The Hawkmoth is endangered as its habitat is under threat.
These beautiful cushions are soft and sustainably made, using silk on linen and a filling that is made from recycled plastic bottles. Amazing!
33 x 33cm