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This unique furoshiki Mountain Blossom design was created by artist Leah Duncan: “This design was inspired by the famous cherry blossom mountain view in Japan at sunrise. The elements are subtle, which creates a delicate and abstract pattern when the furoshiki is wrapped, folded, and worn.”

Furoshiki Scarf: Mountain Blossom

This unique furoshiki Mountain Blossom design was created by artist Leah Duncan: “This design was inspired by the famous cherry blossom mountain view in Japan at sunrise. The elements are subtle, which creates a delicate and abstract pattern when the furoshiki is wrapped, folded, and worn.”

Collaborating designer Lucinda Newton-Dunn describes her artwork for these unique furoshiki: “This design is based on the Japanese tradition of origami. Continuing with the theme of folding and wrapping, this design depicts a folded piece of paper, exploring three-dimensionality through line and pattern. At first glance, a quarter of folded furoshiki appears to be decorated with nothing more than bold stripes, but viewed as a whole it transforms into an intricate trompe l’oeil.”

Furoshiki Scarf: Folded Paper

Collaborating designer Lucinda Newton-Dunn describes her artwork for these unique furoshiki: “This design is based on the Japanese tradition of origami. Continuing with the theme of folding and wrapping, this design depicts a folded piece of paper, exploring three-dimensionality through line and pattern. At first glance, a quarter of folded furoshiki appears to be decorated with nothing more than bold stripes, but viewed as a whole it transforms into an intricate trompe l’oeil.”

The Hida Express furoshiki design was created by artist Hannah Waldron, based on her journey on this unique train. “The Hida Express is a limited express train that runs from Toyoma to Takayama through the Japanese Alps. On this journey, all sense of time and orientation seemed to disappear as we snaked, sped, crawled, ambled, rocketed and twisted through mountain upon mountain, every turn revealing rushing rivers and glinting waterfalls only momentarily glanced.”

Furoshiki Scarf: Hida Express

The Hida Express furoshiki design was created by artist Hannah Waldron, based on her journey on this unique train. “The Hida Express is a limited express train that runs from Toyoma to Takayama through the Japanese Alps. On this journey, all sense of time and orientation seemed to disappear as we snaked, sped, crawled, ambled, rocketed and twisted through mountain upon mountain, every turn revealing rushing rivers and glinting waterfalls only momentarily glanced.”

Furoshiki (pronounced fu·rosh·ki) is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. It can be worn as a scarf, carried as a bag or used for bundling or gift-wrapping. This lighter-weight furoshiki softens up the more you use and wash it. Each furoshiki made by Link is crafted by hand in Japan, printed manually by an experienced team of craftsmen onto premium Japanese cotton. The edges are carefully hand-rolled and sewn for a polished finish. The Ruffles design was created by London-based…

Furoshiki Scarf: Ruffles

Furoshiki (pronounced fu·rosh·ki) is a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. It can be worn as a scarf, carried as a bag or used for bundling or gift-wrapping. This lighter-weight furoshiki softens up the more you use and wash it. Each furoshiki made by Link is crafted by hand in Japan, printed manually by an experienced team of craftsmen onto premium Japanese cotton. The edges are carefully hand-rolled and sewn for a polished finish. The Ruffles design was created by London-based…

Using her signature style of vibrant watercolors applied to dense cityscapes, Maja Wrońska takes on a new view in her latest series. Modern urban architecture comes to life as Wrońska's deft hand creates a mosaic of watercolors, thousands of windows and miles of bridges built into a cohesive landscape.

Modern City Series: Tokyo

Using her signature style of vibrant watercolors applied to dense cityscapes, Maja Wrońska takes on a new view in her latest series. Modern urban architecture comes to life as Wrońska's deft hand creates a mosaic of watercolors, thousands of windows and miles of bridges built into a cohesive landscape.

These ceramic mums bring a fresh feeling of liveliness and growth to the indoors—no watering required! Each floral piece in this collection of flowers, succulents, and coral is painstakingly handmade. As a result, each and everyone one is unique, just like a real flower blooming in nature.

Ceramic Floral Art: Mum

These ceramic mums bring a fresh feeling of liveliness and growth to the indoors—no watering required! Each floral piece in this collection of flowers, succulents, and coral is painstakingly handmade. As a result, each and everyone one is unique, just like a real flower blooming in nature.

These ceramic flora bring a fresh feeling of liveliness and growth to the indoors—no watering required! Each floral piece in this collection of flowers, succulents, and coral is painstakingly handmade. As a result, each and every one is unique, just like a real flower blooming in nature. It's never been easier to bring the outside in.

Ceramic Floral Art: Rose

These ceramic flora bring a fresh feeling of liveliness and growth to the indoors—no watering required! Each floral piece in this collection of flowers, succulents, and coral is painstakingly handmade. As a result, each and every one is unique, just like a real flower blooming in nature. It's never been easier to bring the outside in.

Use your floral art for tabletop decorations, paperweights, or tuck them in with your houseplants. Or, create a work of art on your wall: each Dahlia has a keyhole on the back so it can be hung with ease.

Ceramic Floral Art: Anemone

Use your floral art for tabletop decorations, paperweights, or tuck them in with your houseplants. Or, create a work of art on your wall: each Dahlia has a keyhole on the back so it can be hung with ease.

Use your floral art for tabletop decorations, paperweights, or tuck them in with your houseplants. Or, create a work of art on your wall: each Lotus has a keyhole on the back so it can be hung with ease.

Ceramic Floral Art: Lotus

Use your floral art for tabletop decorations, paperweights, or tuck them in with your houseplants. Or, create a work of art on your wall: each Lotus has a keyhole on the back so it can be hung with ease.

Use your floral art for tabletop decorations, paperweights, or tuck them in with your houseplants. Or, create a work of art on your wall: each Mondo has a keyhole on the back so it can be hung with ease.

Ceramic Floral Art: Mondo

Use your floral art for tabletop decorations, paperweights, or tuck them in with your houseplants. Or, create a work of art on your wall: each Mondo has a keyhole on the back so it can be hung with ease.

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