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Wrapping Japanese

This project adresses textile and the ability for it to be used for wrapping, - and that it by means of silkscreen printing can tell something about what is inside.
The source here is traditional japanese pieces of textile and wrapping called Tenugui and Furoshiki. The students have interpreted these into new pieces of wrapping, where content, motive and folding-principle form a closed and portable wrapping.