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STYLECOOKIE TREND MAY, 2015 | WABI SABI | In de huidige Japanse cultuur zijn nog veel oude technieken te vinden die terug te voeren zijn tot de typische oude Japanse cultuur. Met de huidige wereldwijde commercialisering en globalisering en 2e industriële revolutie zien we dat de honderd jaar oude typische japanse tradities een inspiratie zijn voor veel moderne ontwerpers wereldwijd. Oude materialen in een nieuw jasje of nieuwe materialen die niet perfect zijn.
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YAMAZAKI Osamu, Japan

Goldfish - beautiful photo by Osamu Yamazaki - -. not really sea creatures, but beautiful nonetheless!

#Furoshiki, #japan, #cadeau, #papier, #grijs

One of the most versatile kitchen textiles you’ll ever own, this large furoshiki cloth can be used as an apron, a bread bag, a tote for carrying groceries and produce, a way to transport potluck and.

Antique japanese kimono

antique kimono boro mending with sashiko stitch by Neville Trickett on…

In suminagashi (Japanese paper marbling), the earliest and simplest form of marbling, inks are applied to the surface of the water with tapered brushes. The ink floats and the water urges the spots of colour into concentric bands (as depicted in the image below):

In suminagashi (Japanese paper marbling), the earliest and simplest form of marbling, inks are applied to the surface of the water with tapered brushes. The ink floats and the water urges the spots of colour into concentric bands.

#wabi-sabi, #stylecookie, #japan

Wabi-sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection and profundity in nature. Wabi sabi is aged wood, not plastic. It celebrates cracks and crevices and all the other marks that time, weather, and loving use leave behind.

Courtesy Kim Kyung Soo / Galerie Paris-Beijing

traditional korean costume, the hanbok, with modern/surreal touch and soft colors Courtesy Kim Kyung Soo / Galerie Paris-Beijing

Courtesy Kim Kyung Soo / Galerie Paris-Beijing

Wow, we just love these portraits by Korean photographer Kim Kyung Soo / Galerie Paris-Beijing @ Trend Tablet!

origami

Origami folds and pleating ideas to replace the simpler folds of fashion.

#Kimono #japan, #blue, #stylecookie

Old Boro Noragi, a Japanese work jacket with no sleeves. Indigo dyed, mended countless times with hand stitching.

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