Osaka, Jap: Japan Textile Color Design Center, 1959. Hardcover. Cloth (all three volumes), 37 cm each. Volume I has 83 pages of text followed by 184 pages of plates featuring 160 in black & white and 24 in color; Volume II has 83 pages of t ext followed by 175... More about Textile Designs of Japan
Honolulu: Honolulu Academy of Arts, 2006. Softcover. Slight bump to corners.
In Korea, small cloths are used for wrapping, storing and transporting precious and ordinary objects. The intensity of their colors and patterning have earned tem a place as a unique abstract art.More about Wrappings of Happiness: A Traditional Korean Art Form