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John Rodriquez, Boomerangs & Balls, circa 1956

Fabric sample - John Rodriquez, Boomerangs and Balls, circa via Museum Victoria

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Katazome-shi literally means stencil-dyed (katazome) papers (-shi), and is also referred to as

1970s Hornsea mug designed by John Clappison (in my favourite colour!)  .....................................Please save this pin.   ............................................................. Click on this link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

Hornsea mug designed by John Clappison (in my favourite colour!

Textile design by Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956), ca. 1920, Wiener Werkstätte.

Austria does it again! Textile sample from Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, Pirnitz Vienna) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Vintage deadstock unused mid-century 1950s 1960s leaf print barkcloth fabric

Vintage deadstock unused mid-century leaf print barkcloth fabric in Collectables, Sewing, Fabric & Textiles, Fabric & Textiles

Karl Benjamin, Black Pillars, 1957

Karl Benjamin - Black Pillars, 1957 ~ Good color scheme for a mid century modern room

Ainu Robe (chikarkarpe) - r robes, of ceremonial nature are a hybrid of Japanese form and Inuit decorative elements. They function as protective shield not only from nature and weather but also to prevent evil spirits from entering the body. Originally isolated from the world Ainu wove their cloth from fiber derived of tree bark. Cotton , traded from the Japanese was greatly cherished and used as decorative accents. In the second half of the 19th century as cotton became more available it…

Ainu Robe (chikarkarpe) - They function as a protective shield, not only from the weather but also to prevent evil spirits from entering the body.

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