Zohar Kfir is an experimental video artist and the creative energy behind Pattern Recognitions’ digitally printed scarves, including the Audio Waves scarf. The Montreal-based artist enjoys experimenting with printing images on different materials. The images for her scarves come from her own video and photography works.
Like much of Pattern Recognitions’ work, the Audio Waves scarf is printed on high-quality silk chiffon. It is available through her Etsy shop. Check out the gallery for some of her other textile work.
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