Green artist Tanya Aguiñiga creates furniture, like her Rock Sofa, out of upcycled foam scraps and re-purposed yarn. She describes the process of building the piece as a process of “getting to know” the materials intimately. The felting process consists of wetting and rubbing the wool for hours, while the hypnotic wrapping process allows the artist to continuously “hug” the artwork. The brightly colored final work is very comfortable and a favorite of both children and adults.

From artbabble.

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