The Art of Wrapping

by Lydie Valcke

Publisher: Lannoo Printers & Publishers

Written in English, , , , Japanese
Published: Downloads: 940
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Subjects:

  • Art Forms, Treatments & Subjects,
  • Photography & Photographs

Edition Notes

ContributionsIvo Pauwels (Photographer), Philippe Debeerst (Photographer)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12799724M
ISBN 109020945181
ISBN 109789020945188

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Gift wrap and paper expert Wanda Wen knows what it means to give thoughtfully wrapped presents—a talent that has made her and her store, Soolip, a favorite among celebrities and Pages: Enter the art of Furoshiki, or the traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that’s been used to transport and wrap items for over a thousand years.

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This book features about pieces of furoshiki from the collections of such long-established manufacturers in Kyoto as Miyai and Okaju. It also introduces various traditional.