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UROKO

The simplicity of Uroko’s form belies its complex history; it is an ancient motif connected to 11th century Japanese folklore. Derived from an antique kimono, Uroko recalls Kiyohime, the shape-shifting character of Noh dramas who is often depicted donning this design. She is caught between human and serpent form in a moment of epiphany and heartbreak, teetering the tender line between love and hate. Translating as “scale”, like that of a fish or snake, Uroko is a structure coming undone — a revelation that things are not always what they may seem to be.
PRINTED ON
non-woven paper
WIDTH
27″
REPEAT
27″w x 31″v
LENGTH
5 yards
CARE
damp sponge
PATTERN MATCH
straight
CERTIFICATIONS
ASTM-E84 Class A
CFA OFFERED
no
MINIMUM ORDER
1 roll
To Note
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AVAILABLE COLORWAYS

 
NO. ZFURW-01
 
 
NO. ZFURW-02
 

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