25.06.14 by Jeff

Stuffed Animal Skin Rugs by Artist Agustina Woodgate


Beautiful rugs made out of recycled stuffed animal skins, by one of my favourite artists, Agustina Woodgate (I previously featured her work here, here, and here).

The rugs not only reference the personal histories of the toy’s owners, but investigate the rug as an object organizing and displaying memories and lineages.”

See more below.


Milky Ways | Stuffed Animal skins | 18 ft x 11 ft | 2013



Galaxy | Stuffed Animal skins | 6.5 ft x 6.5 ft | 2010



Royal | Stuffed Animal skins | 9 ft x 7ft | 2010



Seven Seas | Stuffed Animal skins | 15 ft x 10 ft | 2013



Rose Petals | Stuffed Animal skins | 8 ft x 7ft | 2010



Home | Stuffed Animal skins | 9 ft x 7ft | 2010



Peacock | Stuffed Animal skins | 8 ft x 7ft | 2010


Agustina Woodgate’s Website



Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • kara rane

    BEyond incredible.

    • check our her other work on her site too, love the Hopscotch one from a few years ago too

  • Wow. How incredibly original and unique.


  • Michael Booker

    So awesome

  • Half Asleep Studio

    Wow, that is awesome & amazing.

  • Angeline Tchikovskya

    I’d be to busy rolling in it to pay attention to the fact she did such an amazing job! ( though she has <3)

  • Ben

    Beautiful work. Reminds me of the paintings done by mark alsweiler from Australia.

  • holycow. incredible and innovative.



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