travel tea towels - set of 2by Sara Selepouchin
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Trained as an architect with years of mechanical drawing experience under her belt, Sara Selepouchin's technical training and her attraction to everyday objects comes together in the form of charming annotated screen-printed sketches that make ordinary tea towels endlessly entertaining. Like a vintage instructional manual, Sara dissects objects with captivating attention to detail, creating detailed diagrams that are artfully executed and fantastically fun.
Inspired by the drive to get up and get going, Sara depicts two human-powered vehicles, the roller skate and the bicycle, in this set of screen-printed towels. Both bike and old-fashioned skate are exploded, their many parts and mechanisms are highlighted with perky, lowercase print and attention-grabbing arrows. Fit for display and for practical use, these lint-free, floursack cotton tea towels bring imagination to your dish drying hands. Made in the USA.
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- 100% cotton
- 28" L x 26" W
- Machine wash, tumble dry.
- the maker
Artist Sara Selepouchin enjoys drawing diagrams of everyday items and printing these illustrations onto other useful wares.
Sara has a degree in architecture, and is constantly thinking about design. She believes that "Surrounding yourself with things that make you smile is what it's all about."
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Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator
Sara Selepouchin's tea towels aren't just for drying dishes and wiping up spills. The detailed illustrations make them stand out as decorative home accents. Do you love these travel diagrams? What other devices would you like to see Sara dissect?