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maybe instead of having just a logo you can make a pattern out of it repeating and use this theme to carry through your way finding, maybe mimicking the shapes of benches, cars, plaques in a not so obvious way -- i can draw examples
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Japanese tenugui

maybe instead of having just a logo you can make a pattern out of it repeating and use this theme to carry through your way finding, maybe mimicking the shapes of benches, cars, plaques in a not so obvious way -- i can draw examples

Linen kitchen tea towels | Reusable cloth napkins | Zero waste kitchen essential

fog linen tea towel - navy and white stripes | JUNE

Linen kitchen tea towels | Reusable cloth napkins | Zero waste kitchen essential

furoshiki | neutral and beautiful

Shop high quality, unique gifts, with great stories - Half Hitch Goods

An online shop & rolling store, offering a collection of gifts grounded in stories & meaning. We value heirloom quality, craftsmanship & rare artisanal finds.

Linen Napkins, Natural Linen, set of 4 | Cloth napkins for a zero waste home

Linen Table Setting: Tablecloths; Napkins; Towels | Son de Flor

Linen Napkins, Natural Linen, set of 4 | Cloth napkins for a zero waste home

Kiriko - Premium Japanese fabric made in Portland, OR

Kiriko Goods - Made in Portland

Kiriko - Premium Japanese fabric made in Portland, OR

Beautiful Japanese fabrics from Momen+

Cotton & Flax visits Momen+

In my ongoing effort to highlight the best fabric and craft shops in Los Angeles, and Southern California as a whole, I am excited to share my visit to Momen+! My friend Nichole had been telling me…

lotta jansdotter fabric. love the colors (and packaging!)

Place: Lotta's Work+Shop Take 2

I enjoyed visiting Lotta's Work+Shop so much I just had to share another batch of photos with you of the space. Hope you are as inspired as I am from them. These strawberry bags are on my wish list!

Explore Karaku tokyo's photos on Flickr. Karaku tokyo has uploaded 538 photos to Flickr.
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Japanese tenugui

Explore Karaku tokyo's photos on Flickr. Karaku tokyo has uploaded 538 photos to Flickr.

Those reusable fabric bags are a must

This Week's Gems

Totally smitten with this scoop-neck short sleeved shirt :)... Ah, my all time favourite stacking ring set !... Beetroot socks , a...

Joanna Waterfall for Block Shop Textiles. Love the use of texture and technique in this identity.
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Joanna Waterfall: Block Shop Identity and Collateral | Design Work Life

Design Work Life is a daily blog published by Seamless Creative, whose purpose is to share a love of design through daily design-centric inspiration.

We are selling 20 kinds of Japanese TENUGUI (Japanese towels). Made in Japan.

We are selling 20 kinds of Japanese TENUGUI (Japanese towels). Made in Japan.

Linen wrapping cloths - shaped to hold small items such as snacks or small purse items. Just tie two flaps.

Linen wrapping cloth

I think I’m on a wrapping cloth kick, as with my Japanese furoshiki post! I had to share this set of natural linen bento bags from Quitokeeto with you. They're so gorgeous, simple and incredibly useful. The environmental thought is that the bags are meant to replace your single-use plastics....

Publish gives cutting-floor scraps a new life in a collection of men's basics

Second Chance

With a brand motto of “Today for Tomorrow,” LA’s Publish focuses on providing garments that are sustainable in terms of both design longevity and environmentally supportive produc…

Tenugui: Japanese Traditional Cloth

Tenugui: Japanese Traditional Cloth

We’re suckers for great fabric, the color blue and things that have multiple uses:“Tenugui, a hand dyed cotton cloth has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. Not only was it used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, it was also used as a bandage or a headwear in the old days. To dry quicker in such a humid country like Japan, and for multipurpose use, the ends are unfinished so it will fray after first few washes.