Rumisu uses playful story-telling through each of it’s designs. The pieces could easily be translated into a best-selling children’s storybook and I’d buy those books for my nephew in a heartbeat. There’s always a portrayal of kindness that entails with each story; like this bull, this tiger, and THIS one that I strongly believe in. Spare some time to watch the documentary, Blackfish and stop buying those amusement tickets. Save the Orcas everyone 🙁
It seems that their creative process is justtt as interesting as their scarves. Those animal line drawings are just, I meann..
Take a peek into the Rumisu’s world. Just two words, #studiogoals and #whiteshirtgoals.
In the form of colour palattes and one dot to represent one percent of each country’s population, designer Reineke Otten has managed to show how the skin tones in the world is changing. She calls it World Skin Colour Project.
“Light dots are visible through dark South Africa; faces and races mingle in Brazil; thousands of guest workers tint Dubai, while pale tourists sunbathe in the Bahamas.”
The data that’s gathered from the 231 countries worldwide’s then printed onto these silk scarves, making each scarf one of a kind. Saahh cool.