This unique glow-in-the-dark scarf designed by Hannah Waldron offers wearers an exciting visual experience, as the item shifts to be reminiscent of the glowing Tokyo skyline when the lights are turned off.
Throughout the day, the scarf features a beautiful and slightly cartoonish rendering of the city in a bold blue, white and orange color palette. In the dark, only certain parts of the design will remain visible, effectively 'lighting up' the city. The scarf was constructed using glow-in-the-dark paint, which can absorb light throughout the day, resulting in the gorgeous effect.
This style of scarf was designed to serve a variety of purposes, including wrapping packages or being used as a picnic blanket in addition to being a fashionable scarf.
Glow-in-the-Dark Skyline Scarves
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