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Bohemian Fractal Art Wing Span Scarf

Bohemian Fractal Art Wing Span Scarf
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This Beautiful scarf is made from a 100% Modal material: super soft, non-itch, natural, and airy light. – This design is Fractal Digital Art made to look like a wing span of a magical creature then digitally printed onto the scarf.

– In the realm of digital art, so many wonderful and playful genres exist that stimulate the imagination, but so few do it with the intricate style of fractal art. Fractal art is achieved through the mathematical calculations of fractal objects being visually displayed, with the use of self-similar transforms that are generated and manipulated with different assigned geometric properties to produce multiple variations of the shape in continually reducing patterns.

– There are so many ways to wear this garment! It can be worn as a classic scarf, shawl, or sarong. Or you can get creative and wear it as a tube top, halter-top, or turban. – This scarf measures approximately: 74 in by 25 in (190 cm by 65 cm) Please note that the colors might vary slightly from what you see on your computer screen. Fabric Description and Care:

-Modal is a bio-based textile made from cellulose fiber by spinning reconstituted cellulose from beech trees. Using cellulose from beech trees allows the fabric to be more eco-friendly. Beech trees are soil enhancers, breed naturally and do not need artificial irrigation.

-Its texture is similar to that of cotton or silk. Modal drapes well and keeps its shape, even when wet. Modal is soft, smooth and breathes well. It is cool to the touch and very absorbent.

-One of the advantages of modal over cotton is its resistance to shrinkage, a notorious problem with cotton. It is also less likely to fade or to form pills as a result of friction. -This scarf may be hand washed, lay flat to dry, it may be ironed on low heat if needed. It is a delicate soft material and should be treated accordingly.

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