Where form meets function

Dogme Magazine and Stockholm-based publishing house Libraryman, pay their tributes to the late actor and director, Philip Seymour Hoffman, in a unique way with their Furoshiki (traditional Japanese wrapping cloth) design featuring illustrations of the actor by Canadian artist Jason Lee Rhyno. Along with the launch, we are presented with an instructional video cleverly demonstrating how to use the cloth in traditional Japanese fashion, folding it to produce a variety of different carriers. Limited to fifty pieces, this weird and wonderful piece is available through Libraryman directly. See the video below.

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