Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong –
With its intricate laser-cut pattern, the Lowercase Scarf is a stylish way to express a love of typography. Made from 100% microfiber suede by Hong Kong-based design firm Little Factory, the scarves are available in both black and off-white.
The lowercase scarf features neat rows of random letters with English words like “people,” “today” and “magnet” scattered throughout like a wearable word search puzzle. Alternate versions, the andNumbers scarves are designed with jumbles of characters which seem to be dripping off the scarf.
They’re available online from Little Factory for $52 each.
Little Factory started as a design website focusing on pixel graphics. We shared our ideas with others by offering free downloads such as icons, wallpapers and screensavers. Our works have been published in books and magazines and won several awards.
Now Little Factory is a brand under Item Limited. Every item weve created is based on interesting observations in our daily lives. We hope we delight you as much as weve enjoyed putting them together.
This charming piece of art will have heads turning on that morning commute to work. After all, who doesn’t love fashion and the alphabet. It’s a wonder why someone dod not think of this sooner.
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