Koinobori Shibori - 70 x 26.4 cm
With the Shibori koinobori, Madame Mo highlights a color, indigo, and an ancestral technique, shibori.
What is shibori? It literally means "to squeeze by twisting" in Japanese. It is a type of dyeing practiced for thousands of years (13th century) in the land of the Rising Sun. The concept? To carry out a series of twists and folds on textiles, maintained by links, which will be then plunged in baths of bluish dye. The result: the fabrics are adorned with unique geometric patterns!
Where does this deep shibori blue come from? From indigo, one of the oldest natural dyes of vegetable origin in the art of dyeing.
More about the koinobori
The koinobori, carp-shaped windsock, is a mythical object in Japan: it is the gift that we offer to little boys, and more and more to little girls, at the children's party (Kodomo No Hi) May 5th.
Koinobori, an ethical and organic gift idea
This koi carp, made of organic cotton, is very popular among lovers of Japan. It represents a colourful and joyful nod to Japanese design. Madame Mo windsock is a wonderful ethical and chic birth gift, a stylish Japanese-inspired gift for all those, young and old, who love to decorate their world in a unique way.
Madame Mo and her poetic world, highly appreciated with Japanese
By making koinobori the only playground of her creativity, Madame Mo offers a real invitation to discover Japan, its culture and traditions. As incredible as it may seem, the Japanese love koinobori Madame Mo! Our carpstreamers play with strict Japanese codes, revisit the Japanese tradition in a modern way, and this gives birth to original, elegant and unique Koi carps.
SIZE S - 70cm x 26.4cm
100% organic cotton
Machine washable 30°
- Maintenance :
- Wash at 30°, no tumble drying or dry cleaning
- Artist :
- Art movement :
- 21st century
- Museum :
- Musée des Arts asiatiques–Guimet
- Theme :
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- Material :
- 100% organic cotton
- Dimensions :
- 70 cm x 26 cm
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