Designed by artists from around the globe and hand-printed in Japan using traditional silkscreening techniques, each furoshiki from Link Collective comes with its own story and artist’s statement.
Available in two patterns:
'Dots' is by British designer Lucinda Newton-Dunn, who specializes in printed textiles and graphic design. 'Dots' is based on the concept of folding: “It forms a three-dimensional landscape of shape and line, creating an abstracted pattern of wandering valleys, mountains, ridges, peaks and troughs.” Furoshiki are highly functional squares of fabric that can be used for wrapping, carrying and storing any number of goods. This one is also pretty enough to display on your wall.
'Mountain Blossom' is by self-taught American illustrator and designer Leah Duncan, who draws inspiration from folk art and her Native American roots. A three-color silkscreen print of Japanese mountains at dawn, this furoshiki could be worn as a scarf, hung on a wall – or used to wrap, carry and store any number of goods.