Linen Gauze Furoshiki (35x35)
den Tajima Kishiko hand-dyes her textiles with kakishibu and a variety of mordants including aluminum, titanium and copper. Dyeing with persimmon tannin (kakishibu) dates back to ancient Japan and the technique produces a range of distinct earthy tones from muted oranges to burnished browns.
These small cloths can be carried as handkerchief. They may have streaks, patches and spots that result from the dyeing process.
Tajima-san san compares her passion for dyeing to her fondness for the darkroom work she did while studying photography in college and working as a photo assistant. She sees similarities in both processes, creating shadows and tones in her textiles through changes in temperature, light and duration.
- Dimensions: W 35cm x H 35cm
- Weight: 10g
- Material: Linen Gauze
- Product No: TK-80-5
- Made in Japan