FITS YOUR POCKET: TIE AND DYE FISH
This illustration is inspired from the textures of the tie and dye and the ever so talented artists.
Tie-dye is considered to be a product of pre-history. Even though fabric was perishable and long ago disintegrated, archeologists still established that a variety of stamps could have been used for printing fabric five thousand years ago in Mesopotamia and India. In one thousand B.C., cloths such as those used to wrap mummies were found in dyed form in Egypt. It’s possible that the dying techniques trekked through various trade routes from India to Egypt.
This is a mix-media graphic, partly hand illustrated and digitally created.
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size: (l) x (h) // 9cm x 13cm
style: white cover with side flap & string
paper: 60 unruled pages
P.S. this guy just fits into your pocket!
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