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「war rug」の画像検索結果

「war rug」の画像検索結果

From Combat to Carpet—The Strange Story of Afghan War Rugs By Stephanie Strasnick Posted 04/29/14 Afghanistan’s women weavers have transformed traditional textiles into amazing and complex icons of war, change, and modernity

War Rug with Map of Afghanistan, knotted wool, Baghlan (Afghanistan); acquired in Peshawar (Pakistan). War rugs—which can take up to one year to weave—make up just 1 percent of the rugs produced in Afghanistan.

War swept under and over the rug - Salon.com

War swept under and over the rug

War Swept Under and Over the Rug - Print Magazine

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War rug patterns organized by style

http://thechive.com/2009/09/04/afghan-war-rugs-the-verdict-10-photos/

Afghan War Rugs: The Verdict, kinda. (10 photos)

War Rugs: The Obscure Collectors Market for Afghan “Kitsch”

War Rugs: The Obscure Collectors Market for Afghan "Kitsch"

Afghan war rug with obvious weapons. I bought something quite similar from a local Afghani dealer and have been fighting moths since hint: put in the dryer at high heat.

Afghan war rugs are made in Afghanistan by local, mostly female weavers. The tradition of rugs with war imagery date to the Soviet occupation in the late 70s.

Afghan War Rugs: The Verdict, kinda. (10 photos)

Afghan war rugs are made in Afghanistan by local, mostly female weavers. The tradition of rugs with war imagery date to the Soviet occupation in the late

Afghan War Rug

Rugs and Carpets from Afghanistan featuring War Imagery, Century Art

Afghan War Rugs: The Verdict, kinda. (10 photos)

Afghan War Rugs: The Verdict, kinda. (10 photos)

Hand woven war rug, Afghan war rug, Baluch war rug, size 120 cm x 60 cm #Tribal

Hand woven war rug, Afghan war rug, Baluch war rug, size 120 cm x 60 cm

Hand woven war rug, Afghan war rug, Baluch war rug, size 120 cm x 60 cm #Tribal

For just a moment, it appears to be like all the other hand-woven rugs that have been crafted for centuries in various parts of the Middle East, displayed proudly in Western living rooms and under dining tables. The pleasing colours and style are the same, but suddenly you realise: those aren't flow

War Rugs: The Obscure Collectors Market for Afghan "Kitsch"

For just a moment, it appears to be like all the other hand-woven rugs that have been crafted for centuries in various parts of the Middle East, displayed proudly in Western living rooms and under dining tables. The pleasing colours and style are the same, but suddenly you realise: those aren't flow

Afghans have woven the scars of war into their textiles

War swept under and over the rug

Brandon Oriental Rugs: Afghan Wars, Oriental Carpets, and Globalization

Afghan War Rugs: The Verdict, kinda. (10 photos)

Afghan War Rugs: The Verdict, kinda. (10 photos)

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