jueves, 9 de septiembre de 2010
These are the original papers for printing and embroidery of the fabric of a kimono. These papers, according to the seller, are becoming a rarity more than anything for the extension of the print via computer. This role that you see on the left consists of four sheets in which the floral motifs are framed in a kind of triangles (or fans) and some of the sheets of paper can still see last-minute editing of the design. The bottom part consists of 14 sheets (presumably to affix the fabric to a humongi). I would like to find a kimono made with these drawings. It would be funny.