New linen furoshiki are launched•
Posted on April 30 2021
Nobuyuki Takai (高井信行) x MUSUBIWe worked with Nobuyuki Takai, a Japanese dyeing artist.
Nobuyuki Takai is a disciple of Takeshi Yamauchi (山内武志) who used to be a disciple of Keisuke Serizawa (芹沢銈介) who was a dyer designated as a living national treasure.
He is very good at pattern dyeing and Tsutsu Gaki (one of the techniques of dye) and won the exhibition named Kokuten (国展) several times.
The traits of his design are the lively lines and shapes.
100 MUSUBI LINEN | Dahlia Cream/Patterns MultiThey are perfectly designed as furoshik, and they have several faces depending on the way you wrap.
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