mothership bloom scarf - natural fibers

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mothership bloom scarf - natural fibers

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  • Handmade
  • Materials: silk

  • Length: 95 centimeters
  • Width: 95 centimeters
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Raymond Prucher

Raymond Prucher

Owner of Szossari

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Szossari made this item with help from
Art of Where, Montreal, QC

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Floral sketches from the Paulus Hook series.

The perfect accessory for a night out, interview, wedding, or romp about town.

This scarf features reactive printed artwork on lightweight 8mm 100% silk habotai, finished with a machine rolled baby hem. The print is permanent and will never fade with use or washing.

Environment Impact of Reactive On-demand Printing — about Art of Where's process
Reactive printing on-demand is a low waste process. Since every meter is printed for a specific customer, there's never overstock or deadstock. Fabrics that print incorrectly can simply be washed and reprinted. Washing machinery recirculates water to minimize water usage. Their steamer uses less than 40 liters of water most production days. They use natural gas heaters to power the printer heater and practice widely accepted energy saving techniques daily within their facility, including recycling all cardboard, papers, and plastics.

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