I love these dhurries made by the Swedish studio Oyyo. Handwoven by a community of craftspeople near India’s Jodhpur, the dhurries are made from 100% organic cotton and are the perfect balance of old tradition and contemporary style. Oyyo is a Swedish duo made up of Lina Zedig and Marcus Åhrén. Founded in Stockholm in Autumn of 2011 the studio work in nomadic ways, aiming to explore the convergence of cultures, design and fine craftsmanship.
I particularly love their campaign shots (above). Created by photographer David Magnusson, the images were taken in the Manvar Desert of Rajasthan, just north-east of Jodhpur. They’re fantastic photographs and more of them can be seen on Oyyo’s beautiful website here.