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Serizawa's furoshiki - wind/kaze 100cm

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In 1955, a year before he was designated as a Living National Treasure (人間国宝) by the Japanese government for his Katazome stencil dyeing technique, Keisuke Serizawa started experimenting with Chinese-character motifs: the design of this cotton-made furoshiki, which depicts the ideogram Kaze (風, wind) represents one of the most famous outcome of these experimentations and its blue indigo with light blue color palette one of his most recognizable color scheme. Made of sturdy and thick cotton, this is a quite big (it measures 1x1m) furoshiki, which can be also used as a small table cloth, as it can be hung on a wall.

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