Outstanding colours in a print that's just exotic enough for Autumn's feline qualities, still within the realm of a sweater and jeans.
The loveliest print, a story that engages you right away, as the best prints do.
Color: Brown, Multicolor
Authentic: an original NOVICA fair trade product in association with National Geographic.
Certified: comes with an official NOVICA Story Card certifying quality & authenticity.
NOVICA works with Alaya Cholprasertsuk to craft this item.
Exceptional Quality: crafted with care to be treasured as a keepsake for many years to come.
Product info: Cotton,
Details: NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, works together with talented artisan designers around the world to produce stunning, keepsake treasures. Our mantra is to spread global happiness, so rest assured - we'll do everything we possibly can to ensure you're a happy customer.
About this item: Alaya Cholprasertsuk celebrates family ties in a whimsical elephant scene. Elephants hold a revered place in Thai society. They appear in many proverbs and sayings and are a national symbol. Cholprasertsuk works in batik to create this delightful cotton scarf. As each piece is individually dyed, colors may vary slightly, making each scarf a unique work of art. 34.0" W x 33.0" H
Dry clean or hand wash
Dry in the shade
About our Artist: My parents worked as professors for the university but are now retired. I was brought up with a loving younger brother. I was introduced to arts very early. When I was a child, I had the chance to study drawing and painting with artists. At home I would constantly practice what they taught me. I also used to participate in Siang Dek (Children's Voice), a newspaper whose writers, artistic directors, and journalists are children. It is a free tabloid-size newspaper issued with the famed Ying Yook Mai (Modern Women) newspaper. I had such a good time there that I then set my mind on becoming a journalist. But after graduating from high school, I decided to study architecture and arts media at at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology. After graduation I got a job as a designer for an advertising company. Two years later, I worked for another advertising company; I thought it would be more of an interesting job for they worked with all the media: magazines, newspapers, radio, and television. However, after eight years of hard work, I felt like I could not take it anymore. Not only the routine, but everything was exactly the same, our customers ran exactly the same...