Limited edition of 50 numbered pieces

Art direction and design: Tony Cederteg
Illustrations: Jason Lee Rhyno
Filming and editing: Meshach Falconer-Roberts
Printing: Emilie Florin and Cora Hamilton
Sewing: Ninna Berger

Commemorative limited edition Philip Seymour Hoffman Furoshiki. With characters chosen by Dogme staff and illustrated by Canadian artist Jason Lee Rhyno. Campaign photographed by Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt in Stockholm, Sweden. Clothes by Restructional Clothing. Instructional video shot by Meshach Falconer-Roberts in Stockholm, Sweden.

Furoshiki (風呂敷) are traditional Japanese wrapping cloths, they serve a variety of uses such as bags, gift-wrap and scarves. They are known for their aesthetic beauty as well as their versatility and by nature are recyclable providing an eco-friendly replacement to the traditional shopping bag.

100 cm x 100 cm (39.4” x 39.4”). 9 hand drawn portraits. One color screen print. 100% cotton. Numbered pieces.

Produced by Dogme and Libraryman, 2014.

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