In Japanese culture, as in many other cultures, there is an endless variety of stripes' designs.
This remarkable rendition of stripes is a Furoshiki woven with naturally dyed yarn. Even after about a century, the textile maintains the soft, warm, and delicate colors that are characteristic of natural dyes.
Furoshiki holds endless possibilities. While it wraps almost anything, regardless of the size or shape, it can be framed as an unusual piece of work, repurposed as an accent pillow cover, or worn as a scarf. How would you give it life back in our time?