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“Fireworks” – a beautiful scarf whose timeless simplicity and remarkable monochrome elegance will enrich casual outfits.
Imagine the scene:
A Thames walk to Battersea on the first Saturday in November. Ending with the annual fireworks display.
The still photograph is still because it freezes the light. The lens is almost 60 years older than the camera.
The night sky is a dark canvas on which vibrant and violent light can inspire awe.
Switch night for day and the fireworks become gravity-turned trails.
Is the image of foot-worn paths across desert dunes seen from above? Maybe bacterial growth seen in a laboratory dish?
Or stress fractures in an engineers microscope?
Or a slice through early dewatering conduits in compressed sediments kilometres beneath us?
This scarf is strictly printed as a limited edition. I will only ever print a maximum of 39 of these scarves and we’ll include a numbered certificate with each purchase verifying the limited edition and the number assigned to your scarf.
Scarf Size – 180cm long by 40 cm wide
Scarf Material – Silk Tencel Satin (32% Silk, 68% Tencel)
Finish – Machine Pin Hem
- X-T3 – 1/125 sec at f / 5.6 – ISO 2000
- 35 mm 56 mm – Pentax Auto-Takumar f3.5 35 mm
Tencel is a biodegradable material derived from wood pulp, and is reportedly 50% more absorbent than cotton, making it more breathable and resistant to odours. On top of this, It takes less water and energy to manufacture than cotton, and requires less dye. You can read more about it by following this link.