Flat Surgery by Mathieu Lehanneur

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More from French designer Mathieu Lehanneur: this time a series of rugs depicting squashed vital organs.

Called Flat Surgery, the collection was commissioned by the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London.

More about Mathieu Lehanneur on Dezeen:

Delicious metal cabinets (earlier today)
Age of the World (July 2009)
LaboBrain and LaboShop (December 2008)
Local River (April 2008)
Bel-Air (November 2007)

Here's a tiny bit of text from Mathieu Lehanneur:


'Flat Surgery' at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

The human body in radical mode - 'Flat surgery' plays with our vital organs to compose motifs and messages. These are rugs to map out habitat: digestive system in the dining room, brain in the office, genitalia in the bedroom...

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Posted on Thursday, March 25th, 2010 at 4:36 pm by Catherine Warmann. See our copyright policy. Before commenting, please read our comments policy.

  • http://www.georgehollander.com George

    Inspiration comes from everywhere!

  • http://designtraveller.blogspot.com/ design traveller

    My doctor boyfriend said he doesn’t want to look at this!

  • gaque

    i think this is quite beautiful

  • ads

    Designers designs are the state of the mind. I think Mathieu Lehanneur needs to see a shrink

  • Laura Maranzana Skeeters

    Gross!

  • http://whspr.me/1Ky Prof. Z.

    inspiration aksel-creation exhibited in Colette Paris?
    http://www.kristiinawilson.com/kidneychair.jpg

  • Tom from hcmc

    Designed for the Hannibal Lecter in you!

  • J*

    Done in a funnier way a few years ago here: http://www.roadkilltoys.com/
    haha. I prefer the roadkills bunnies….