How do you feel about rediscovering Korean heritage artifacts hidden around the world and using them in your daily life? This natural fabric depicts the beauty of traditional Korean pottery using faded and subtle colors that give a warm touch.
Meaningful motifs are drawn on pots to convey hopes and dreams for the future. Butterflies are often associated with transformation, rebirth, and freedom. They are seen as creatures that undergo a remarkable metamorphosis, representing the journey of personal growth and change. They also symbolize joy, happiness, and the fleeting nature of beauty. The portrayal of butterflies on Korean traditional jars reflects these symbolic meanings and serves as a reminder of the cyclical nature of life and the beauty found in embracing change.
This cultural product was awarded the “K-Ribbon” mark by the Korea Craft & Design Foundation and recognized to represent Korea’s unique cultural values.
Material: 55% linen, 45% cotton
Size: 50 x 70 cm (± 3 cm)
Made in Korea
With a loop for hanging at the back corner
Top and bottom openings for easy insertion of a wooden hanger
Usable as a wall decoration/hanging scroll in combination with a poster hanger or tea towel, table placemat, or Bojagi, a traditional Korean wrapping cloth, all encompassed in a single item.
Included in the box
1 x Fabric
2 x Untreated Beech Wood Stick
1 x Brown Goatskin Leather String
Instructions for Care
Machine washable but hand wash recommended.
Wash with cold water.
Wash with like colors.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Dry in shade.
Do not expose to direct sunlight for a long time as it may cause deformation and discoloration.
If any hard stains such as coffee or red wine spills occur, wash immediately.
Jeongeun Kang, a South Korean artist, experiments with unusual combinations of new and old materials with a focus on artistic value, to resurface the origins of traditional Korean culture. Since her work is based on artifacts dating back thousands of years, she derives a lot of inspiration from artifacts displayed in museums and galleries in Korea and abroad. She claims that there are still many patterns and artifacts that are unfamiliar to her, even though she was born and raised in Korea and has lived in Korea her entire life. Through her brand VONZ, she is working towards preserving Korean traditions by integrating unfamiliar cultural heritage into everyday life.