Friday, May 7, 2010

IKO WAKA IKO WAKA big deal polka dots

We are making a big deal about dots.  

We just finished some original hand-drawn polka dot prints on paper and for tenugui (the Japanese multi-purpose cloth).  It was an IKO WAKA IKO WAKA collaboration with graphic designer Stuart Smith and silk screened by artist Sebastian Boher. 

Here's what we have now...
Hand silk screened on off white Bhutan paper- edition of 5, $40
Hand silk screened on off white Voice Text paper- edition of 10, $38
Hand silk screened on pale orange Crescent paper- edition of 10, $38


Don't know what it is?  
Tenugui is a traditional Japanese hand towel that can be a hand towel OR it can also serve as a napkin, a headband, a souvenir, a decoration.  They get better over time and with many washes.  Here's our first series.

Available as all over dot or as negative to positive 
colors: red, black, blue and copper  
100% cotton in white or natural
$22 / each

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