The Wet Grass Rug combines Ultimate Comfort with Long-Lasting Luxury. The soft urethane core and Non-Ski backing give a cushioned and safe feel. The rug also absorbs noise from the road, making it a great choice for people who want to be more comfortable on the road.
Virgil Abloh collaborates with Ikea to create wet grass rug
Designer Virgil Abloh is working with IKEA on a new rug inspired by Ikea stores. The collection features 15 pieces including rugs and furniture. The pieces are designed to be as beautiful as the materials used, and he’s incorporated a lot of cultural references into the designs. The collection also features a riff on the Mona Lisa, as well as a rug that looks like a giant IKEA receipt. The collection is expected to retail for PS75.
Other Brands with Wet Grass Rug
Designer Virgil Abloh has collaborated with several other brands, including Nike and Evian, with whom he designed a water bottle. His work also features quotation marks, which have become a signature feature of his collections also visit About us page.
The collaboration also includes furniture and a toolbox, which features Abloh’s signature poppy tag. The aim is to give consumers a new, fun way to define their home. The collection’s design is meant to be fun and urban, but it’s also meant to inspire emotions.
Multihyphenate Designer for Wet Grass Rug
Virgil Abloh is a multihyphenate designer with two successful labels, OFF-WHITE and Louis Vuitton. He has also collaborated with other brands, including Nike and IKEA. Abloh has also worked with Vitra on a futuristic home in 2035 and the Carpenters Workshop Gallery on conceptual seating for Venice. The artist also launched his own homeware line and opened an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
The collaboration between the two brands is a limited-edition project. It will debut in IKEA stores across the U.S. on November 1 and will retail for up to $249 USD for a high-pile “WET GRASS” rug.
Virgil Abloh’s “Fabrication of wet grass rug” is an Astroturf-like rug. Its branding includes the words “WET GRASS” and “KEEP OFF”. It debuted at the 58th Venice Biennale this year. WET Grass designed to be an ironic representation of an overbearing parent’s overprotection.