I have always been fascinated by the extraordinary geometry and graphics of crop circles. It also struck me that of all art forms this lent itself best to rugs since it’s a horizontal design that is best seen from above. By using different pile heights and cut & loop pile one can replicate the actual crop circle. Each one that we have done is based on a crop circle that happened in southern England in the mid 90s and is named after the location where it happened. What fascinated me was that either the owner could say that this happened at East Meon in July 1995 or it is just a wonderful bold graphic. I did receive a letter from the chair of Crop Circle Research at MIT thanking me for producing this collection and commenting that every one I had chosen to do they felt was a “real” crop circle. This was the very first collection I did.