Gallery: AMY HELFAND’S RUGS AND RUGMARK

 

How do you go about making yourself comfortable in your indoor landscape? If you are Brooklyn Artist Amy Helfand, you make your outdoor landscape into a rug; a very nice, very beautiful rug. Helfand’s rug designs suggest or depict natural environments — sometimes real, sometimes drawn from her wild imagination. But Amy’s inventiveness does not end with pattern and decoration – the designer has teamed up with Rugmark to insure that the material and manufacturing of her rugs are as forward-thinking as her designs.

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  1. Lolagirl94 March 28, 2010 at 11:51 pm

    I would like a Bobble because I take at least 3 water bottles to school a day. Im a sophomore at high school and I am in a bunch of after school activities. I drink at the very least 3 bottles of water a day to stay Hydrated and active. I feel terrible that I am using regular plastic water bottles, while our world need better care. I do recycle all the bottles, but from my knowledge I heard its quite difficult to recycle them. I want to do better for earth and I think me using a Bobble bottle will help me and the plant.

  2. Inhabitat » BKLYN... May 14, 2007 at 11:52 am

    […] Sustainable, socially conscious rug maker Amy Helfand is a designer we are always happy to see […]

  3. Inhabitat » BKLYN... May 12, 2007 at 11:38 pm

    […] To be an exhibitor, entrants must go through a juried process- which is no small feat in itself. Over 63 “made in Brooklyn” ventures were chosen for the show, including past favorites such as Aswoon bent wood furniture, Bravespace Tetris Shelves, and Amy Helfand’s Fair Trade Rugs. […]

  4. sandeep May 10, 2007 at 2:31 am

    fantastic, givies modern look and gud contrastic colors.

  5. Savannah April 9, 2007 at 3:10 pm

    What fantastic and inspiring designs, your colours and compositions are spectacular, would love a whole house full of your rugs Amy.

  6. Jill June 27, 2006 at 3:12 pm

    We are very proud of your daughter Amy! She is one talented designer. Also, we love it when parents write in – so thanks for getting in touch.

  7. Patti Helfand June 27, 2006 at 3:06 pm

    Great article! I am very proud of my daughter Amy.

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