If you're a fan of Alexander Calder, starting saving your pennies! We blogged awhile back about these Calder-esque mini-mobiles for the home
, and now we're drooling over these wall tapestries designed by Calder himself.Working with master craftsman weavers in Central America, Calder originally intended that these tapestries would actually be hammocks for a series of hammock stands that he had designed. However, the hammocks took on a life of their own to become their own art pieces.
Only fourteen designs were re-created and woven into two sizes and in an edition of 100. The large measures 72"x98" and costs about $6,500 at Maximo Design.