Printed with a year’s worth of moons upon it, San Francisco-based artist Ella Luna’s gigantic cotton scarf is a dreamy wall calendar substitute. The first edition from the Bulan Project—a recently launched collaborative focused on producing limited edition, artist designed objects (think conceptual product-based publication The Thing Quarterly meets indie fashion buyers Of a Kind)—the namesake scarf is a symbolic first piece for a brand whose translated English name means moon in Indonesian.
Luna’s graphic design is brought to life through a process of hand-waxing and dying, executed meticulously by a group of Batik artisans in Bali. With just 100 scarves available, this graphic accessory seems to be just as transient as its muse.
The Bulan scarf is available exclusively at the Bulan Project for $185.
Images courtesy of the Bulan Project