Textiles and Art & Wall Decor by Eskayel


New York, NY, United States

Eskayel is a New York-based textile design studio that weaves fine art with craftsmanship. Dedicated to sustainable innovation and lasting beauty, it treats all environments conscientiously. Each of Eskayel’s one-of-a-kind designs originates from a painting inspired by nature or travel and created by studio founder Shanan Campanaro. Using eco-friendly methods, including water-based pigment ink, regional production and sustainably sourced materials, Eskayel evolves these artworks into hand-tied rugs, wall coverings, home linens, fabrics, furnishings, accessories and more. Working with trusted, transparent production partners, the studio makes each item to order to eliminate stock waste and ensure superior quality.

What is your favorite material to work with?

"Water and ink"
-- Eskayel

What do you want people to do or feel when they encounter your creations?

"I want people to be transported to that place or moment of calm, serenity or beauty that first spoke to me in my travels."
-- Eskayel

What motivates and inspires you?

"I am motivated to improve our experience of place on earth and to therefore cultivate appreciation and protection for Mother Nature."
-- Eskayel

What makes a space special?

"The vibe and energy that a space has will be absorbed by any visitor"
-- Eskayel

What’s unique about your work?

"Everything starts with a painting."
-- Eskayel

How do your pieces come to life? Tell us one interesting thing about your creative process?

"The natural world inspires me most and travel is how I find the colors and shapes that eventually turn into the patterns and surfaces of my products."
-- Eskayel

What funny moments, unexpected surprises, or obstacles have you encountered?

"It’s been very interesting how obstacles and mistakes can somehow lead you to your best work."
-- Eskayel
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