TOKYO 'Glow in the Dark' Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth/Scarf - LINK x Hannah Waldron
Long awaited latest design by Tokyo's LINK Collective “Tokyo” Glow in the Dark Furoshiki is quite special that it was well worth the wait. Designed by UK based artist Hannah Waldron this furoshiki titled TOKYO is full of stories, Hanna expressed her experience from her visit to Tokyo within this 90x90cm square cloth.
What is most special about this furoshiki is that it "glows in the dark" as it has been hand screen printed using special glow in the dark ink specially developed by Link's craftsmen in Japan. The ink absorbs natural light during the day and radiates a soft glow at night. Unlike some other glow in the dark inks, this one used here is soft to the touch so it can be worn comfortably.
WHAT IS FUROSHIKI?
Furoshiki is a piece of printed cotton textile that can be used in so many ways and is generally and traditionally used for wrapping and carrying things but this unique and stylish design furoshiki can also be used for table cloth, picnic mat, scarf, or as a carrying bag using simple furoshiki folding techniques (also you can watch it here on youtube).
Measurements: 90 x 90 cm (35.5 x 35.5″)
Material: 100% cotton (soft lightweight weave)
3 color silkscreen print using glow in the dark ink
Handprinted in Japan using traditional techniques by Japanese artisans.