HAPA ZOME FLAG by Daisy James

Hapa Zome is the transferring of natural pigments from flowers directly on to fabric. As a printing process it is referred to as flower pounding because it is the activity of directly hammering plant materials onto a piece of cloth to reveal a botanically influenced image. In this workshop, we are using Hapa Zome to create a print for a flag that can be hung up for the Make My Day @ Home Festival!

For this activity you will need:

  • Pillowcase

  • Ruler

  • Scissors

  • Flowers / leaves

  • Needle

  • Thread

  • Hammer/rolling pin

  • Iron

  • Plastic bags/card

Download the printable guide:

MEET THE ARTIST BEHIND THE MAKE:

Daisy James is a visual storyteller. She uses traditional and digital drawing processes to investigate visual dialogues that connect people, place and time. She makes, to make things happen.

Daisyjames.myportfolio.com

Instagram: @Lunchtimepractice

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