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Lovely furoshiki (Japanese wrapping cloth) by LINK Collective made with a collaboration with London-based designer Hannah Waldron, is a piece of printed cotton

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Patterns and Textiles with Hannah Waldron

Hannah Waldron // work often explores the textures, patterns, forms and structures of her surroundings, and has an interest in the development of landscape over time.

LINK x Hannah Waldron Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth, $48

Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth - LINK x Hannah Waldron {Stockholm} Blue/Grey/Yellow

Stockholm Green Furoshiki. Japanese eco by TheLinkCollective

Stockholm Green by Hannah Waldron Size: 900 x 900 mm x Material : cotton (lighter weight, smooth cotton) Handmade in Japan,

This is a fabulous colorful scarf collection...

workman: youtreau: This is a fabulous colorful scarf collection by artist & designer Killian Loddo. Take a look at much more nice things in his portfolio (via Tim Heiler)

Hannah Waldron is a British print and textile multi-disciplinary artist. Her works display an interesting array of patterns, architectural forms, interiors and surreal landscapes and seem to live in an uncertain territory between geometrical abstraction and storytelling. Following is a selection...

Storytelling with Forms and Patterns: Prints and Textiles by...

Storytelling with Forms and Patterns: Prints and Textiles by Hannah Waldron

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