This photograph was taken with a medium format Hasselblad. It combines warm tones and a soft focus. It is printed on archival paper with a laminate finish. The laminate helps to protect the image so that it can be hung with clips from a wall.
Signed and numbered by the artist.
Comes in 3 sizes.
These "hobocloth" throws are heavy in weight, and are made of 50% wool and 50% linen. From Vancouver-based Cloth Studio.The 'Square' throws measure 54 x 54 inches.The 'Large' throw (available only in flax) measures 54 x 84 inches. (Can double as a standard-size blanket.)*This is a consignment item. Please...
Tuumia (v): to ponder (Finnish) These stools have been created with materials of age, texture and warmth. Made with old fir beams that once supported a warehouse structure in British Columbia, wool from Merino and Wensleydale sheep entwined in a felted or knitted cover, leather...
Kanthas originate in Bangladesh and the eastern states of India, where women stitch together layer upon layer of old saris and tossed-aside cloth scraps from grain sacks and the like to create intricately-stitched throws and blankets. Some of these quilted pieces also get turned into cushions and...