47 textiles today

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Photos from 47 textiles today.

One week left! It’s your very last chance to catch this exhibition at Hikarie in Shibuya. Presented by D&Department project, this exhibition showcases textiles from across 47 prefectures in Japan. Link represents the prefecture of Kanagawa, where Link furoshiki are hand-printed. What a great idea, and it is a great privilege to be included!

47 textiles today

Start : 21st, November 2013

Close : 2nd, February 2014
Opening time : 11:00〜20:00
Address : 8F 2-21-1 Shibuya Shibuyaku Tokyo 〒150-8510


2 Responses to “47 textiles today”

  1. 1 joohee yoon April 13, 2016 at 6:51 am

    Hi Lucinda,

    My name is JooHee Yoon and I am a freelance illustrator and printmaker based on the east coast of the US. I’ve been aware of Link Collective for quite some time and really enjoy your beautiful furoshiki. I also greatly admire your commitment towards keeping alive the tradition of handmade textiles.

    I would love to collaborate with Link should there be an opportunity. I have always had a big interest in textiles and would like to translate my designs onto fabric while keeping the artisanal quality of the handmade. Recently, I have been experimenting and created a design that I would like to realize into a furoshiki. I would be more than happy to show it to you and get any advice you might have in terms of producing a limited edition.

    Thank you for your time! Hope to hear from you soon

    • 2 lucindanewtondunn April 13, 2016 at 10:54 am

      Hi JooHee. So nice to hear from you, thank you for your message. I have seen your beautiful work before and I will be in touch via email. Lucinda

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