Laser-Cut Scarfs: Wrap Yourself In Typography

FILED UNDER: Clothing, Design

A little company called LittleFactory has designed a range of scarfs that utilize interference typography, not as an addition to a design, but as the design itself.

A laser makes precision cuts through the micro-fiber suede to form the design in a single length of 62 x 4-inch material.

You can get these interesting numbers (no pun intended) in numbers, upper case or lower case letters.

Don’t know how warm they’ll be or if you can get them customized with your own personal typographic concoction. I do know, however, that you can get yourself one for $52.

Sources:
LittleFactory
Gizmodo

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