Andrew McLeod is a celebrated New Zealand figurative and abstract artist. His work often combines bold iconography with eclectic influences taken from the far-reaching corners of visual culture. Rug ‘060’ is created through close collaboration with Dilana, it is a work that contemplates the relationships between perspective, colour and form.
Dilana has been hand crafting New Zealand's most luxurious rugs for over 35 years. Since opening their Christchurch based Workshop in 1980, the company has successfully collaborated with many leading contemporary artists. The Dilana legacy can be seen in some of the most distinguished homes, commercial buildings, art galleries and museums throughout the world.
This rug has been hand tufted from the finest New Zealand wool. It has a generous weight of 2500 grams of wool per square meter.
Dilana rugs are created in collaboration with leading New Zealand and international fine artists. Rugs are produced in limited editions. Size and colour may only be customised on approval of artist.
The Maker /
Dilana has been hand crafting the finest New Zealand made rugs for over 40 years. Since opening their Christchurch based Workshop in 1980, the company has collaborated with leading contemporary artists and designers to produce this country’s most luxurious rugs and carpets.
The Designer /
Whichever medium Andrew McLeod chooses, random objects float in an imaginary world where perspective, weight and shadow don’t exist.
Andrew grew up in Mt Eden, Auckland. He studied at Elam School of Fine Art, NICAI, Auckland University, and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1998. Andrew was the recipient of an Arts Foundation Award for Patronage Donation from Gus & Irene Fisher in 2010.
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'Good Vintage' - A styled shoot by Sara Black for HOME Magazine
We were very excited to have some of our Good Form pieces used in a styled feature by the talented Sara Black in the latest edition of HOME magazine. "Good vintage – Classic and modern designs take their place, standing in their own light, space and time."