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Artist's Persian rug paintings will make you do a double-take

Jason Seife recreates the intricate patterns using paint and pen Artist Jason Seife’s work, recreating the intricate designs on Persian rugs in paint and pen, involves an impressive level of skill. Designboom profiled his work reproducing Persian carpets on canvases. Based in Miami, Seife has mastered the motifs and patterns commonly used in Persian rug design. He was initially drawn to this specific aesthetic because of the rich history of the Persian carpet, and the use of intricate, colorful patterns and symbolic imagery.
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