Artistic wallhanging quilt (pojagi)- Itaca
Multicolored wall hanging textile Pojagi made of hand-painted silk organza. Ready to hang. 137 x 137 cm
530,00€ IVA incluído
Size: 54 x 54” 137×137 cm
Materials: 100% hand painted silk organza.
Care: To keep the tapestry clean, use a duster from time to time. It can be washed by hand, in cold water, with a textile mild soap. Do not twist or soak. Remove excess water by rolling it up in a towel. Let dry flat. For any questions you can contact us. If you prefer that we wash it for you, contact us. Dry cleaning is not recommended. You can see our video on Youtube where we show how to wash silk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbzJTxSW_zI&t=5s Custom orders: If you like this work, but it does not fit in your space, contact us, we can work on request.
This contemporary textile wall art is made with the Korean Pojagi / Bojagi / Jogakbo technique. This technique plays with the contrast created by the lines of the seams, respect organza transparency. We have sought to enrich this concept by incorporating visual textures. So we played with printing and calligraphy, writing the poem Ithaka by Constantin Kavafis, one of the most beautiful poems about the meaning of life ever written.
In white color. This work belongs to the Fujisan series, designed with the same structure it can be found in different colors.
The tapestry does not need framing and comes ready to hang, as it has a fabric sleeve on the back to be able to pass a wooden bar and hang it on the wall. The bar is not included.
Our interior design line responds to the growing demand for textile wall hangings. We want to dress, decor and give warmth to vital spaces, whether family homes, as public and private spaces. We value the pure lines where the prominence and accent is placed on color and texture, which we get by painting, dyeing and quilting the silk.
Our tapestries are made by hand, from the dyeing of the silk to the final stitch. There may be some little difference between the color on your screen and the actual color, due to the color settings of each screen.