NYC Antique Rug Photography Project by Nazmiyal

Nazmiyal Antique Rugs is creating a beautiful NYC antique rug photography project

NYC antique rug photography project – Nazmiyal Antique Rugs, New York’s largest antique carpet purveyor has an exciting new photography project. Their antique rugs are showing up by iconic NYC landmarks and making the statement: Nazmiyal Loves New York City.

Ballerinas, musicians, and more, creatively pose and perform on top of the rug to push the message further.

As Jason Nazmiyal, founder of Nazmiyal puts it:

“NYC is full of culture, history, and traditions, just like antique rugs. We want to put the two together to celebrate our love for this city and it’s appreciation for the arts.”

The whole project is organized by landmark, see the first few by the Flatiron building, Central Park, and catch that stunning view of the Statue of Liberty. Take a look at the results below.

NYC antique rug photography project - A ballet dancer jumps and poses by Flatiron building NYC on top of Nazmiyal antique rugs
NYC antique rug photography project: A colorful antique Tabriz rug celebrates with a ballet dancer that takes a leap by Flatiron building.
Nazmiyal Antique Rugs Loves NYC New York Kashan Persian Rug
A dancer poses on top of an antique Persian Kashan rug by the Flatiron building in New York.
A ballet dancer poses on top of an antique Oushak rug from Nazmiyal Antique Rugs by the Flat Iron building NYC
A sprawling antique Oushak rug spreads across the pavement by the Flatiron building as a New Yorker looks on.
Violinist plays on an antique rug by a fountain in Central Park NYC
The antique Turkish Oushak rug looks natural outdoors in sunny Central Park as horse carriages trot by.
A Violinist Performs On Top Of An Antique Kerman Carpet By Nazmiyal Antique Rugs in Central Park NYC
The blue and gold tones of the antique Kerman rug look beautiful with the autumn leaves in Central Park.
A violinist relaxes on top of a 19th century NingXia carpet from Nazmiyal Antique Rugs by a fountain in Central Park, NYC
The 19th century NingXia carpet has bright blues that match the vast sky in Central Park. See more about this rug on Nazmiyal’s Wednesday Wishlist feature.
Nazmiyal Antique Rugs Loves NYC Statue Of Liberty
An antique Persian Tabriz in fascinating contrasting colors by the Statue of Liberty. Excited tourists look on and enjoy the show.
Nazmiyal Antique Rugs NYC Landmarks Statue Of Liberty Agra Rug
Nazmiyal Antique Rugs Loves NYC, a saxophone player on top of a fantastic Indian Agra rug by the Statue Of Liberty.
Nazmiyal Antique Rugs Khorassan Carpet By Statue Of Liberty NYC
A room-sized classical beauty, the Khorassan antique rug by the Statue Of Liberty. Observers in the background pause to watch the musician and rug.
Nazmiyal Antique Rugs Loves NYC New York Central Park Ballet
Nazmiyal Loves NYC, large beautiful antique rugs in iconic New York City landmarks: Central Park.
NYC antique rug photography project Central Park Ballerinas
NYC antique rug photography project: A gorgeous rare antique Malayer rug on a bridge in Central Park. The floral patterns of the antique rug glow under the autumn sun in the park.

Nazmiyal’s NYC antique rug photography project – Where Beauty, Culture, and Iconic New York City Landmarks Meet

For the past few weeks we at Nazmiyal Antique Rug Gallery in Manhattan NYC have been working on an exciting photo project. We are bringing together our love for antique rugs with the culture, beauty, and history of New York’s iconic landmarks.

Jason Nazmiyal, founder of Nazmiyal Antique Rugs, explains:

“This NYC antique rug photography project is our way of expressing our love for New York City by appreciating it’s uniqueness and beauty. This is a project celebrating art, music and the city of dreams.”

By placing antique rugs with iconic cultural landmarks together, we hope to express our appreciation for the culture and design put into the iconic landmarks that make New York the city it is today. Stay tuned for more from Nazmiyal’s NYC antique rug photography project next week. We’re excited to be able to share these beautiful shots with you every week!

Img: Micah Vinson Talent: Eric Liu (Ballet), Shoko Fujita (Violin)

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