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A Toronto art studio's laser-etched rugs

The New York Times recently featured Moss & Lam, a Toronto-based art studio that specializes in custom-designed art works for hotels, restaurants and stores across the globe. Moss and Lam's newest product--laser-etched cowhide and wool felt rugs--marks the company's first foray into "more intimately scaled" products.

"I was wanting to make objects again, going back to my roots as an artist," said Deborah Moss, who runs the company with her husband, Edward Lam, and who designed the new pieces, which include a series of laser-etched rugs. "These are more personal."

"The rugs come in wool felt or cowhide (starting at $140 a square foot) and are decorated with re-creations of hand-drawn patterns: the felt version with maps of cities like Paris, London, Berlin and New York; the Peau de Bois hide rugs with faux wood grain."

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original source New York Times
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